Since that day (8th), heavy rains concentrated in central areas such as Seoul, Incheon, Gyeonggi and Gangwon have killed 9 people, 6 people went missing, and 15 people were injured.
According to the Central Safety Countermeasures Headquarters, there are 441 victims in 328 households, mainly in Seoul and Gyeonggi-do, and they are staying at community centers, school gyms, and bed and breakfast facilities.
In addition, 936 people from 317 households were temporarily evacuated.
Among public facilities, there were 10 cases of rail flooding in Seoul alone, 3 cases of embankment loss and 9 cases of loss of slopes.
Among private facilities, 2,579 houses and shopping malls were flooded, of which 2,419 were in Seoul, 92 in Gyeonggi, 64 in Incheon, and 4 in Gangwon.
In addition, damage occurred in 4 cases of retaining wall collapse, 14 cases of soil spillage, 5 ha of crop flooding, and 11 cases of landslides.
There have been 39 power outages, of which 34 have been restored, and are still being restored in Guri, Yangpyeong, and Gwangju, Gyeonggi Province.
41 offshore parking lots, 52 riverside locations, and 30 Sewol bridges have been controlled, 138 trails in national parks and 9 ferry routes are also under control.
While the central region-centered special report was announced yesterday, precipitation of 287.0 mm in Yangpyeong, Gyeonggi, 248.0 mm in Incheon, and 205.0 mm in Hoengseong, Gangwon was recorded.
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