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Central Vietnam’s residents gear up to keep safe before Typhoon Molave landing

Wednesday, October 28, 2020, 12:02 GMT+7
Central Vietnam’s residents gear up to keep safe before Typhoon Molave landing
Residents in Thang Binh District of Quang Nam Province install a roof over a bunker in preparation for the landing of Typhoon Molave. Photo: Le Trung / Tuoi Tre

Households in central Vietnam have resorted to various methods to keep their houses and properties safe against plausible damage from Typhoon Molave, which is approaching Vietnamese coast on Wednesday.

Acts of kindness are once against upheld in the catastrophe-torn region.

Many hotel and lodging facility owners on the central coast have offered their properties as free shelters for surrounding residents.

Meanwhile, many shops have provided ropes and sand bags for people to consolidate their houses with no charges.

People are also seen assisting one another in fortifying houses and buildings.

A container truck is mobilized to cover the front of a hotel near the Beach of Da Nang City. Photo: Hai Chau / Tuoi Tre

A container truck is mobilized to cover the front of a hotel near the beach of Da Nang City. Photo: Hai Chau / Tuoi Tre

A forklift is used to barricade the door of a building in Hoa Cam Industrial Zone of Da Nang City. Photo: Thu Trang / Tuoi Tre

A forklift is used to support the door of a building at Hoa Cam Industrial Zone in Da Nang City. Photo: Thu Trang / Tuoi Tre

Residents of Binh Son District of Quang Ngai make water-filled bags to secure roofs. Photo: Phuoc Tuan / Tuoi Tre

Residents of Binh Son District of Quang Ngai Province make water-filled bags to secure house roofs. Photo: Phuoc Tuan / Tuoi Tre

Nguyen Thi Dom and her 10 other family members take shelter in Le Pavillon Hotel in Hoi An City of Quang Nam Province. Photo: T.B.Dung / Tuoi Tre

Nguyen Thi Dom and her 10 other family members take shelter at Le Pavillon Hotel in Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province. Photo: T.B.Dung / Tuoi Tre

A child in seen hiding in a bunker made in preparation of Typhoon Molave in this photo taken In Quang Nam Province. Photo: Le Trung / Tuoi Tre

A child in seen hiding in a bunker made in preparation of Typhoon Molave in this photo taken in Quang Nam Province. Photo: Le Trung / Tuoi Tre

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