Will be directly affected by Typhoon Noru, Da Nang prepares to respond

TPO – The people of Da Nang are urgently bringing boats and fishing gear ashore to avoid the approaching typhoon Noru.

According to the hydrometeorological agency, Da Nang will be the area directly affected by the storm No. 4 (Hurricane Nuro), so from the morning of September 25, localities and people along the coast of Da Nang have decided to Move boats and vehicles ashore to shelter from storms.

Fishermen in Da Nang urgently crane their boats ashore.

At Tho Quang lock, hundreds of boats fishing at sea were called and instructed by the functional forces to come here to anchor and avoid storms very urgently. Fishermen’s fishing boats are instructed to anchor and anchor in the right position, ensuring a safe distance in case the storm hits the mainland. Aware of the danger of the storm, fishermen strictly abide by the regulations and instructions of the authorities.

Meanwhile, in the area of ​​Man Thai Bay, Son Tra District, by noon on September 25, fishermen are also urgently pulling and moving boats, basket boats, motorboats and fishing gear to the shore urgently. .

Clip: Fishermen move boats to avoid storms.

Mr. Pham Ngoc Anh (62 years old, a fisherman in Man Thai ward) said: “According to the warning, this will be a dangerous storm, so fishermen are very vigilant and proactive in responding. Take advantage of the time. In the sunny weather, the villagers cheered each other to pull the boat and boat ashore. The ship was big and the basket was big, we had to hire a crane to get it ashore.”

In the area, CT.15 wharf this morning, dozens of boats were instructed by officers and soldiers of CT.15 Border Guard Station (Son Tra Border Post) to move early to anchor and stay. storm. Border guard officers and soldiers also supported many fishermen to load boats and baskets onto cranes to be assembled in tall vacant lots along some coastal roads of Son Tra district to avoid storms. .

Son Tra District People’s Committee also held an emergency meeting with departments, branches and localities to implement storm response. Review and prepare to evacuate people, students and workers in unsafe housing. Localities have also made announcements about the danger level of Typhoon Noru and supported people to prop up their houses.

Fishermen take advantage of collecting fishing gear to bring ashore.

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The movement of ships was extremely urgent.

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Hundreds of boats were towed to safety.

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A route in Son Tra district boats are pulled up, long queues.

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A fisherman collects fishing gear in the sea of ​​Da Nang.

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Many coastal restaurants actively dismantled signs, moved equipment and goods before the storm hit.

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In many beaches, business households began to collect, cover and move items inside to avoid storms.

At 4 am this morning (September 25), the center of the storm was about 300km east of Luzon island (Philippines). The strongest wind in the area near the center of the storm is strong at level 14 (150-166km/h), level 17. Thus, in less than half a day, Typhoon Noru has increased to 3 levels. Since yesterday afternoon, this storm has increased to 5 levels.

According to the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting, in the next 24 hours, the storm will move mainly in the northwest direction at a very fast speed, going 20-25km per hour, entering the East Sea. At 4 o’clock on September 26, the center of the storm was about 850km east of the Hoang Sa archipelago. At this time, the storm decreased in severity due to friction with the Philippine island of Luzzon. The strongest wind in the area near the center of the storm is strong at level 11 (103-117km/h), level 14.

In the next 24 to 48 hours, the storm moves mainly to the west, traveling 20-25km per hour and tends to get stronger. At 4 o’clock on September 27, the center of the storm was about 260km east of the Hoang Sa archipelago. The strongest wind in the area near the center of the storm is strong at level 13 (134-149km/h), level 16.

In the next 48 to 72 hours, the storm will accelerate to the southwest, traveling 25-30km per hour. At 4 o’clock on September 28, the center of the storm was on the mainland of Thua Thien Hue – Quang Ngai. The strongest wind in the area near the center of the storm is strong at level 10 (89-102km/h), level 13.

Nguyen Thanh


The article is in Vietnamese

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