Most of Bangkok is safe from flooding, even if there are two storms moving in, National Disaster Warning Centre (NDWC) chief Somsak Khaosuwan said on Wednesday.
Mountain run-off from Khao Yai forest complex triggered a flood as deep as one metre in downtown Kabin Buri. (Photo by Thanarak Khoonton)
Gp Capt Somsak said the level of the Chao Phraya River was not as high as expected, thanks to faster drainage, up from the usual 1,800 cubic metres per second to 2,001 cubic metres/second.
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