Rain during the night was concentrated in Gangwon, Hongcheon, Inje, and Chuncheon. Starting from Baeknyeongdo Island a little bit ago, a lot of rain started to rain on the west coast, but as the heavy rains continued for fifteen days, 15 people died and over 1,500 people died.
Reporter Min Kyung-ho reports.
I try to use a water pump in a house in Dongsong-eup, Cheorwon, Gangwon-do, and a boiler room filled with rain all night, but water rarely decreases.
During the night, the rain was concentrated in the Gangwon area.
Today (5th) at dawn, Hwachon-myeon, Hongcheon-gun, Gangwon-do recorded 47 millimeters per hour, and Namsan-myeon, Chuncheon-si recorded 27 millimeters per hour.
Just a little before 3 o'clock in the morning, a strong rain of 25 millimeters per hour began to rain in Baengnyeongdo, Incheon.
The heavy rains that followed the central region for the fifth day resulted in three deaths per day yesterday, all counting as 15.
Eleven are still missing.
In Hongseong, South Chungcheong Province yesterday, there were accidents during the restoration process, such as a man in his 70s who had cleared the soil in front of the barn and crashed into the river with his heavy equipment.
In the metropolitan area, Gangwon, and Chungbuk, the number of displaced people has increased significantly.
The total number of victims so far numbered is 1,555, of which about 450 have returned to their homes, but more than 1,100 have yet to return.
41 roads and underpasses and 6 rail lines are still under control, but it will take some time to fully recover.
In addition, 1,200 homes and 147 plastic houses were damaged by 4,248 facilities, and 6,525 hectares of agricultural land were flooded or buried.
Heavy rains in Gangwon and Incheon… 26 deaths and disappearances, 1,500 victims ↑
During the night, rain was concentrated in Gangwon, Hongcheon, Inje, and Chuncheon. Starting from Baeknyeongdo Island a little bit ago, a lot of rain started to rain on the west coast, but as the heavy rains continued for fifteen days, 15 people died and over 1,500 people died.