Oct 18, 2010


Phnom Penh Municipal Authority alerts residents of flooding

  • Oct 18, 2010
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  • Phnom Penh Municipal Authority has alerted residents living in suburban area of the capital to cautious of any risks to property, animals and human lives that may cause by the flooding.

    In the public notice sent out late Thursday and copied to the media on Friday suggested that those living along Prek Thnauth Stream which lies along the suburban area of Phnom Penh must be cautious with their property, animals and human lives.

    It said the bad weather is affecting the country and it may cause more rain and flooding in the area.

    At least seven communes located in Phnom Penh are being affected by the heavy rain over the past few days and the rain will continue for the next few days.

    Due to flooding, at least two workers were reported dead caused by electrocuted while working the factory that submerged by the floods over the past two days.

    The first victim identified as Chan Bunthy, 52, while he was working in his metal handicraft in Khand Meanchey in Phnom Penh and another victim was Than Long, 50, while he was working in the construction field as his hand touched with the metal while power supply was running.

    The heavy rains over the past several days in Cambodia have damaged a number of houses and other properties while some parts of the country are facing the cut in traffic flows.

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