It is forecasted that from November 24, in Thua Thien – Hue, there will be heavy rain, in some places over 800 mm, so irrigation and hydroelectric reservoirs are being asked to operate to bring the water to the lowest level, ready to welcome a new flood. .
On the morning of November 21, the Irrigation Investment and Construction Management Board 5 (Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development) sent a notice to the authorities of Thua Thien – Hue province about the opening of the water regulation valve of Ta Trach irrigation lake downstream. Huong River to proactively respond to the next flood. Specifically, from 2pm this afternoon, Ta Trach lake will regulate with a total flow of 680 m3/s-780m3/s.
It is forecasted that from the night of November 24 to 27 in Thua Thien – Hue, there will be a common rainfall of 150-300 mm, with some places over 500 mm. The rain focus in Nam Dong district, Phu Loc can be from 300-500 mm, with some places over 800 mm.
The flood from November 13 to 16 flooded more than 17,000 houses in Thua Thien – Hue.
The Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Search and Rescue of Thua Thien – Hue province has asked dam owners to proactively operate and bring the lake water level to the pre-flood level according to the approved process before 7:00 p.m. on November 24. Specifically, in the Huong River basin, the water level of Ta Trach Lake is +38 m, Binh Dien hydropower plant +81.6 m; On Bo river, Huong Dien hydropower plant +56.5 m. The lakes must ensure absolute safety for the project, contributing to cutting and reducing flood peaks in the downstream areas.
Mr. Hoang Hai Minh, Vice Chairman of the People’s Committee of Thua Thien – Hue province, requested localities to prepare plans and scenarios to deploy response work to minimize damage caused by natural disasters.
Specifically, the People’s Committees of districts continue to organize inspections and reviews of residential areas, schools, agency headquarters… along rivers, streams, coastal areas, and slope areas to promptly detect areas at risk. Landslides occur during heavy rain. Resolutely organize relocation or have proactive plans to prevent landslides and evacuate when bad situations arise to ensure life safety and limit property damage for people to avoid passive situations. surprise.
Dams review data and update it accurately every hour and every day. With accurate data, operations will be accurate and natural disaster response will be effective.
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