Torrential rain in South Korea for 11 days has killed and injured more than 40 people and affected more than 7500 people

On August 11, according to South Korean media reports, South Korea’s Central Disaster security response headquarters reported on the 11th that as of 6 am local time, torrential rain in South Korea caused 31 deaths, 11 missing and 8 injured. The number of people affected by the disaster increased to 7512, of which 3046 are still staying in gymnasiums, village halls or relatives’ homes to avoid the disaster. < / P > < p > SRC = photo by Zeng Nai of China News Agency SRC = on August 8, many footpaths, driveways and parking lots were flooded in Hanjiang Park in Panpu, Seoul. Several days of torrential rain caused the water level of the Hanjiang River in Seoul, South Korea to soar, flooding some roads and parks nearby. Photo by Zeng Nai, China News Agency / < / P > < p > on August 8, many footpaths, driveways and parking lots were flooded in Hanjiang Park in Panpu, Seoul. Several days of torrential rain caused the water level of the Hanjiang River in Seoul, South Korea to soar, flooding some roads and parks nearby. Photo by Zeng Nai, China News Agency since January 1, in 11 consecutive days of rainstorm, South Korea has reported a total of 20826 damaged facilities, including 8470 public facilities and 12356 private facilities, 56.1% of which have completed emergency repair. In addition, 27132 hectares of farmland were damaged. < / P > < p > traffic control on roads and railways also continues. Traffic control is implemented on 71 roads of Guangzhou Daegu line, Hunan Line Expressway, Busan City, Zhongqing North Road and quanluo South Road. Zhongbei line, Taibai line and Lingdong line railway are still in operation.