Cambodian Government warns people on typhoon Ketsana

Storm Ketsana South East Asian Path

Part of northern Cambodia that could possibly be hit by typhoon Ketsana:

  • Siem Reap
  • Preah Vihear
  • Mondulkiri
  • Rattanakiri
  • Kratie
  • Steung Treng
  • Kampong Cham
  • Kampong Thom
  • Kampong Chhnang
  • Pursat
  • Battambang
  • Pailin
  • Banteay Meanchey
  • Udor Meanchey

Official letter (in Khmer) can be found here.

Locally known in Philippines  as “Ondoy”, the ravaging typhoon that killed at least 240 Filipinos  & left more than 400,000 homeless.

30 Responses to Cambodian Government warns people on typhoon Ketsana

  1. john says:

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  2. Isn’t it amazing what turn of events can take place? Appreciate you letting your readers know about this.

  3. kim says:

    Thank you for this useful post, keep up the good work…

  4. Nice post. I will keep visiting this blog very often. Thanks for sharing the useful information.

    Regards,

  5. the weather is completely crazy, what will be the end of it?

  6. fishing says:

    It seems very Strange! 😮
    Every person, every house, every community should have a disaster and typhoon plan. At the start of each Typhoon season you should stock up on some basics such as candles, canned food, store rice in waterproof jars, have extra water bottles handy, etc

  7. Cambodia is quite flat as well so it could cause pretty severe lakes and flooding to develop. The weather is getting crazy, earth quakes and floods everywhere.

  8. Hope the people in those areas took some safety measures.
    I’m grateful that we don’t have typhoons here.

  9. rajguru says:

    I hope God will same them.

    Thanks.

  10. 🙁 Hope that mostly everyone is okay… This was a very powerful storm.

  11. How Horrible was that storm! I hope now everything is fine there..

  12. jackie @ com says:

    thanks for the post!! 🙂

  13. plasma hire says:

    Much useful information, thanks for sharing.

  14. I dont know it will be the last storm that will hit the philippines, but some rumors say that 11 storms had pass and there is one coming to complete the tally for the this years 12 storms or I may be wrong! but i guess we cant tell, when will occur again! but today some parts of the phil’s are still in heavy rain because of I.T.Z.C. and tropical monsoon. hope everybody will be okay! mother nature is taking its course of action!

  15. Amit says:

    The information is very valuable.I look forward to read more about various subjects.

  16. I hope God will same them.
    Thanks.

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  18. Global Voices posts have kept us informed about what is going on at ground level in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Philippines, Vietnam with Typhoon Ketsana (Ondoy) and about the series of strong earthquakes in Indonesia (1 and 2) just a day after the Samoa

  19. I thought this was the time that the Philippines suffered from the Typhoon Ondoy. We suffer floods and landslides in our place. Many also died and many lost their homes and family.

  20. You can’t beat the forc of nature

  21. Deam, I hope they are all ok. Especially after the news on storm in USA

  22. Roman says:

    I do not know these people need to have emergency medical care. And how to do this if the victims are many and there is no medication?

  23. Gregg says:

    That was a close one! So glad they avoided the typhoon. Could have been disastrous! 😯

  24. great post guys i’m glad that typhoon missed

  25. It is something that I missed to know earlier. But finally… keep sharing like this It can really be helpful.

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  27. Cable glands says:

    They’re so terrible, and i feel so bad for the landmine victims who have been maimed . Why isn’t this being stopped ? How is the Cambodian government responding to the situation ?

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