The rainy season in the rainy season is lined up in the central region for several days, pouring a lot of rain. The damage in Gangwon and Chungcheong areas including Seoul and Gyeonggi continues to increase. In particular, 12 people died and 14 people were missing so far, resulting in many casualties.

Reporter Hun-kyung Jang will report the damages so far.

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Cheonan, South Chungcheong Province, roads that changed like rivers fell down.

A pension in Gapyeong, Gyeonggi-do, was filled with water and was isolated.

Over the past three days, record heavy rains have been pouring all over the central region, such as 390 in Anseong, 340 mm in Cheorwon, Gangwon.

So far, 12 people, including 1 in Seoul, 7 in Gyeonggi, and 4 in Chungbuk, have lost their lives, but only 6 people died yesterday (3 days).

There are also 14 people who have not been able to find so far, including 9 missing in Chungbuk alone.

In Seoul, Gyeonggi, Gangwon, and Chungbuk, there were 865 victims from all over the country, and there were 1,800 people who temporarily evacuated to gymnasiums.

More than 2,500 facilities were damaged, including 640 houses, 670 roads, and bridges.

43 roads across the country have been controlled, and some railroad services, such as the Chungbuk Line and Taebaek Line, have also been suspended.

Currently, 252 trails in 10 national parks, including Bukhansan, Taebaeksan, and Songnisan, and 16 underground submerged roads in Gyeonggi, Chungbuk, and Gyeongbuk, and 92 dull parking lots in Seoul, Gyeonggi, Gangwon, and Chungbuk are currently under control.

As it is expected that up to 500mm of heavy rain will fall further in the central region by tomorrow, the central disaster safety counter will continue to maintain the highest level of crisis warning, a serious condition.