The 1,300-year-old reclining Buddha is still highly flooded. Organize officials to accelerate water from the temple Fears that religious sites and relics have been damaged. Korat train tracks sink
On October 18, 1964, the flood situation in Sung Noen District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province was still critical due to the influence of the monsoon trough across the central region. and the lower northeastern region during October 16-17. causing continuous heavy rain until high flooding in the area In the high angle photographs, it was found that Massive rainwater floods in the area of Moo 1,2,11,13 and Moo 14, Sema Subdistrict, Sung Noen District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, and the railway between Kut Chik – Khok Kruat Station. high flood level need to close the way This made it necessary to speed up public relations to stop taking delivery of goods. The 136 convoy and accelerate the loading and unloading of passengers at Nakhon Ratchasima Station.
While Wat Thammachak Semaram or Wat Phra Non, Khlong Khwang, Sema Subdistrict, Sung Noen District, which houses a reclining Buddha image over 1,300 years old. It was a religious place in the Dvaravati period. There is an important antiquities which is the reclining Buddha image. Made of sandstone that is old. and the largest of Thailand including some ancient artifacts kept inside the temple as well Found that the water flows flooded the surrounding area of the temple continually. The province had to mobilize troops to help. and speed up the pump to push the water out of the ancient site asap Fears that religious sites and relics have been damaged.
Initially, Sung Noen district had 1,160 households, 32 villages in 6 sub-districts, namely Soong Noen Subdistrict, Sema Subdistrict, Bung Khi Lek Subdistrict, Khong Yang Subdistrict, Korat Subdistrict and Kut Chik Subdistrict, were affected by flooding. The water situation is likely to increase further, the province has urgently mobilized to help.