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Myanmar river reaches record high levels in over 50 years

NAYPYITAW --- Hpa-an township in Myanmar s Kayin State has been flooded for the second time as the Thanlwin River water has reached 875 centimeters above danger level and is likely to get higher. The township has been suffering flash floods caused by heavy rains plus high tide since July 21. The tide reached record high to 938 cm in 53 years. If rain continues, there will be high tide for next three or four days. As flooding has lasted about a month, we are under severe pressure. We have to rely on rescue

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