Tropical depression Omais affected southern South Korea causing heavy rains that caused flooding in several areas. 10,000 people were evacuated in cities in southern South Korea

Tropical depression Omais affected southern South Korea causing heavy rains that caused flooding in several areas. 10,000 people were evacuated in cities in southern South Korea Firefighters rescued 11 people in flash flooding and no injuries were reported Tuesday morning, according to the Central Headquarters for Disaster Protection and Defense Measures. security, but 10 people were displaced in Tongyeong, South Gyeongsang province, and 1,106 people were evacuated for fear of landslides and flashes. flooding in eastern Busan, Changwon and southern Jeolla province.

The railway line connecting Gwangju and Miryang in South Gyeongsang Province was cut after parts of the railway became covered with piles of mud following heavy rains on Tuesday morning. Six roads in South Gyeongsang and South Jeolla provinces were flooded by flash floods.

Twenty-one shopping districts in Ulsan and three houses in Tongyeong were flooded. Flash floods flooded an outdoor parking lot in Sacheon, South Gyeongsang Province. In Ulsan and Busan, 217 households were temporarily without electricity. High winds and heavy downpours forced 86 flights and 70 ferries to shut down service. Thousands of boats have been anchored in ports across the country and 450 trails in 18 national parks have been closed. The typhoon dumped 219.5mm of rain on Jeju, 205.5mm in Sacheon and 184mm in Geoje, both in South Gyeongsang province, and 159 mm in Busan.

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