Thai man rescued after being stranded by flood for 14 hours

The authorities efficiently rescued a Thai man stranded by a flash flood for over 14 hours within the Isaan province of Kalasin.
On September 7, locals found a Thai man holding a tree in the center of the flood and reported the invention to the Department of Disaster and Mitigation of the Kuchinarai district of Kalasin. The man was later identified as a 39 year outdated Thongchai Prakobsang.
Officers rushed to Thongchai’s help and questioned how he managed to survive the flood. Thongchai recounted that he was using his motorbike again residence after working in his rice field. Then, the flash flood hit him and forcibly carried him away to a cluster of trees at the spot.
Thongchai said he held the tree and waited there since 6.30pm on September 6, however no locals or authorities travelled past the realm until the following day. Zany noticed a gaggle of locals and shouted out for help.
On September 7, Thai PBS reported that the heavy rain the night before led a number of areas in Kalasin underneath the water. The relentless downpour continued until September 5, inflicting flash floods in the Kuchinarai, Khao Wong, Nakhu, and Huay Phueng districts of the province.
According to a report on SiamRath right now, the flood scenario in Kalasin has begun to improve in seven districts. The flood affected 45 households and destroyed greater than 26 sq. kilometres of agricultural area.
Adding a silver lining, the Director of the Lam Pao Dam’s Water Delivery and Maintenance, Samruay Inpitak, stated that the heavy rain also introduced some advantages to the locals. He explained that the Lam Pao Dam had greater than enough water for agriculture during the drought within the subsequent sizzling season.
The Thai Meteorological Department reported at present, September 12, that a thunderstorm is predicted in the Isaan region of Thailand at 80% of the realm. Heavy rain is expected in some provinces including Nong Khai, Bueng Kan, Nong Bua Lamphu, Udon Thani, Sakon Nakhon, Nakhon Panom, Kalasin, Mukdahan, Yasothon, Amnat Charoen, and Ubon Ratchathani.
Residents in the area are warned to keep shut monitoring of heavy rain and prepare for the situation.
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