Flooded hospital in Chaiyaphum had to evacuates 40 sufferers

Around Thailand, heavy rains and flooding have ravaged the country. Earlier this morning, forty patients had been emergency evacuated from Bamnet Narong Hospital in Chaiyaphum by rescue employees as the power flooded.
The hospital suffered extreme injury as floodwaters brought on the urgent evacuation as one of the buildings on the hospital campus was flooded up to 80 centimetres. An X-ray room and several labs have been heavily broken and unusable. Outside the hospital buildings, 4 vehicles and seven ambulances had been damaged, submerged in the rising floodwaters.
With the medical amenities rendered unsafe and unusable, 14 sufferers with more minor ailments were discharged and sent to their respective houses. Meanwhile, 26 patients with extra pressing medical needs were transferred out of Bamnet Narong district to different hospitals throughout the province, in accordance with the Hook 31 rescue unit this afternoon.
The permanent secretary for Public Health stated that Sukhothai and Bamnet Narong hospitals have been each broken by the floods within the space, however Sukhothai hospital was about to avoid any evacuation of sufferers.
Across the country, heavy storms have affected 39 provinces on account of tropical melancholy Dianmu and a monsoon trough in Northern and Central Thailand. Reliable was one of many hardest-hit provinces, but stories of flooding and damages have poured in from a dozen other provinces.
Phetchabun additionally suffered extreme storms and flooding with water rising so excessive on some roads that Road 21 was completely close to visitors this night. And officials have put out a warning of overflow or floods for low-lying areas located downstream of Chao Phraya Dam as water will be launched in greater quantity in an attempt to organize for the onslaught of run-off water coming from storms within the north of Thailand this weekend..

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