In Da Nang, police and border guards of Tho Quang Ward, Son Tra District help fishermen bring their boats ashore Thursday morning to prepare for the incoming storm. Around 200 vessels have been secured, said Vo Dinh Cong, chairman of Tho Quang. Da Nang and six localities from Ha Tinh to Quang Ngai banned boats from venturing out to sea since Wednesday afternoon. A boat is brought to shore in Man Quang Bay in Da Nang at noon Thursday. Some boats are hauled by cranes onto the sidewalk to avoid traffic congestion before the storm. Patrolling border guards remind people to anchor their vessels at appropriate locations and record the numbers of boats brought to shore. Hundreds of vessels shelter in Tho Quang to avoid Noul. As of noon Thursday, 615 ships and boats, 301 of which hail from Da Nang, have been anchored here, said the Management Board of Tho Quang Lock and Fishing Port. In Thua Thien-Hue, dozens of fishing vessels are safely anchored in Thuan An Estuary. To avoid collision damage, all boats are tied closely together. Locals in Thuan An Town use sand bags to reinforce their roofs and prevent winds from blowing them off. Residents… Read full this story
- More people regain power in central Oregon following storm
- The Vietnam War Is Over. The Bombs Remain.
- Big storm sets sights on California, evacuations ordered
- California is bracing for mudslides as the next round of storms begins
- Snow to blanket the East Coast as winter storm system moves in
- Fears of rush hour travel chaos as 90mph Storm Freya batters Britain
- Washington, Baltimore brace for snow; storm kills 7 in Missouri, Kansas
- Washington state braces for more snow, as it recovers from weekend blizzard
- Britain feels wrath of Storm Freya: Drivers told to stay off the roads
- Giant solar storm in 1972 could have caused US mines to explode
Central Vietnam braces for Storm Noul have 320 words, post on e.vnexpress.net at September 17, 2020. This is cached page on VietNam Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.