The North of Thailand has seen at least fourteen school closures due to floods.
Worst affected was the Loei province, where ten schools closed when a river burst its banks, leaving thousands of people in distress.
People were forced to move possessions to high ground to prevent water damage as levels reached a metre in depth.
Roads were closed and a bridge damaged in the heaviest rainfall seen in the area for 85 years.
In Chiang Mai, similar situations were to be found as flooding forced the closure of four schools.
Again many of the roads were under a deluge of water.
Source : Pattayamail
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