Thailand – Nakhon Ratchasima drowned by massive floods


Although Nakhon Ratchasima province, in northeastern Thailand, is located on a huge plateau at 200-250 meters over sea level, and many factories and industrial estates have moved to it as it used to be called a no-free province. However, it was severely affected by the floods sweeping large areas in Thailand, where water flowed into all dams and reservoirs around them, as a result of the strong monsoon winds that suddenly swept through them too, and led to the flooding of the streets of the entire city center due to the rapid flood, which caused heavy losses to citizens’ properties and infrastructure.



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