6 people died in floods in Vietnam, dozens injured

Stormy cyclone hit the north of Vietnam and of the Philippines, six people were killed and 50 were injured, and thousands of people lost their homes, said on Friday, Reuters citing local media.
Near the Vietnamese port city of Haiphong in the floods caused by the storm that killed two people, including a pregnant woman. In rural areas, Yen Bai province, a flood drowned four more people. Damaged or destroyed 850 dwellings.
In the coming days is expected to abundant precipitation, say meteorologists. The Coast Guard announced thunderstorm warning for more than 50,000 vessels engaged in fishing in the South China Sea.
This is the second cyclone storm, which caused severe damage and resulted in the loss of life this year in Vietnam.
Weakening tropical storm also raised in the east of the islands the Philippines, 11 Filipino fishermen missing in bad weather, 50,000 people were left homeless.
Passage of the third this month in the Philippines storm brings with it winds up to 85 kilometers per hour with gusts to 100 kilometers per hour, was marked by prolonged heavy rains that caused flooding and landslides in parts of the north and east of the archipelago's second largest planet. All of them have suffered at that time nearly 170,000 Filipinos. Flooded the capital Manila, a number of provinces canceled classes in schools.
Administration Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services (PAGASA) on Friday canceled a previously announced "storm warning number one" for the six provinces in the north and north-east of the archipelago, but upheld it arranged for the same three groups of islands.

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