Chaos and Flooding in Bangkok, Nonthaburi, and Samut Prakan After Heavy Rainfall

A Deluge in Bangkok: Photo Collection Captures Devastating Floods in Nonthaburi and Samut Prakan

September 21, 2023 – Bangkok was hit by a severe downpour last night, causing widespread chaos and wreaking havoc on the city’s infrastructure. The district of Bangna experienced the heaviest rainfall, with an astonishing 144.5mm recorded.

According to the Flood Prevention Center, the deluge began in the evening and continued well into the night, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. As a result, numerous areas in Bangkok, Nonthaburi, and Samut Prakan found themselves submerged in water, resulting in traffic congestion and impassable roads.

Social media platforms were ablaze with trending posts under the hashtag #rain, featuring harrowing images of flooded streets throughout the affected regions.

In addition to the flooding, Soi Pridi Banomyong 2 near the expressway entrance became inaccessible due to fallen trees. However, dedicated district officers wasted no time in responding to the emergency, swiftly clearing the road and removing the obstacles.

For residents in the Bangkok area, there are real-time updates available to monitor the weather conditions and rainfall patterns. Stay informed and stay safe.

(Image source: Flood Prevention Center Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation)

Note: This content has been revised and tailored for journalistic purposes to ensure accuracy and professionalism.

Photo collection of floods in Bangkok -Nonthaburi-Samut Prakan After the rain fell from night to night, Bangna was the heaviest, with the highest rainfall of 144.5 mm.

September 21, 2023 BangkokaperimeterhaveHeavy rainseveral points, with information from the Flood Prevention Center It was reported that the highest amount of rain was measured at 8:30 pm. 144.5 mm is in the Bangna area, where the rain has been falling since the evening until tonight. cause many fields to haveflood traffic jams At the same time, social media is swarming with trendy tweets. #rain Along with revealing images of road flooding in many areas of Bangkok, Nonthaburi and Samut Prakan.

Meanwhile, the road at the end of Soi Pridi Banomyong 2 (near the expressway entrance) has fallen trees blocking it. At the moment, district officers have come to cut down trees and clear the road.

People in the Bangkok area can check the weather in real time. -Check the rain spots as follows.

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Flood Prevention Center Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation

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