Korat villages hit by storm

Korat villages hit by storm

A storm hit three villages of Non Sung district, Nakhon Ratchasima province, on Friday. No casualties were reported. (Photos supplied)
A storm hit three villages of Non Sung district, Nakhon Ratchasima province, on Friday. No casualties were reported. (Photos supplied)

NAKHON RATCHASIMA: A rainstorm damaged 48 houses and many crop fields in three villages of this northeastern province on Friday evening.

Sompong Homsanit, Nong Sung district chief, together with local officials inspected the damage and provided relief bags to residents of Moo 7, Moo 8 and Moo 17 villages in tambon Than Prasat, Non Sung district, on Saturday morning.

No casualties were reported. 

Non Sung officials warned locals to make sure that their houses' roofs and structures can sustain substantial damage from unfavourable weather conditions during the rainy season.


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