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Three dead as Typhoon Doksuri lashes central Vietnam

Terra Daily Sunday, 17 September 2017 ()
Ha Tinh, Vietnam (AFP) Sept 15, 2017

Typhoon Doksuri wreaked havoc on central Vietnam Friday, lashing the coast with fierce winds and heavy rains as tens of thousands were evacuated and three people were reported dead in the country's worst storm in years. Trees and billboards were torn down and thousands of homes damaged as the storm made landfall Friday, causing flooding and power outages along a large swathe of coastline.
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News video: Waves Batter Coast as Typhoon Hits Vietnam

Waves Batter Coast as Typhoon Hits Vietnam 00:44

Waves battered the coast of Cuo Lo on September 15 as Typhoon Doksuri slammed into central Vietnam killing at least one person and injuring ten.Almost 80,000 people were evacuated from coastal regions in preparation for the typhoon, which brought winds exceeding 80 mph (130 km/h), the Straits Times...

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