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Consequences of floods in Chiang Mai province

Eight districts in the province of Chiang Mai were affected by heavy rains over the past weekend.

According to the Provincial Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department (PDPM), 27 villages were flooded due to numerous floods and river overflows.

During the floods in the districts of Chom Tong, Chiang Dao, Fang, Chai Prakan, Doi Tao, Samoeng, Mae Chaem, and Hot, about 120 households were affected.

The Meteorological Department warns of isolated heavy rains in the northern, northeastern, and central regions, including Bangkok and its suburbs, in the next 24 hours.

Residents of these regions are advised to be cautious of areas with accumulated rainwater, which can cause floods, especially in foothill areas, near reservoirs, and in low-lying areas.

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