Flooding in Si Sa Ket is easing off, as water levels in different parts of the province start to recede.
Suksan Boontosaeng, chief of the provincial disaster prevention and mitigation office, said on Friday that 21 of 22 districts in Si Sa Ket have been hit by flooding, but the situation is beginning to stabilise.
Water levels along the Mun river, in the north of the province, were almost four metres higher than its banks on Friday morning but were gradually declining by about two centimetres per hour. Water levels dropped by 12 centimetres on Thursday, he said.
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