2nd Report on Contingency Disposal of the Disaster from Typhoon Danas
Reported by: Central Emergency Operation Center (CEOC)
Data Updated until: 2019/07/18 17:00
I. Typhoon Dynamics (Source: Central Weather Bureau of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications)
According to meteorological data, the center of the typhoon Danas was in Taipei's eastern sea at 14:30 on the 18th, and it continued to move northward. Its storm circle has entered the sea surface of the northern part and the northeastern part of Taiwan, posing a threat to the eastern and northern sea surfaces of Taiwan. The rainfall in the south of Chiayi is gradually increasing. The intensity of this typhoon is slightly enhanced and the speed is increasing. The storm circle is expected to leave the Taiwan Island at 17:30 on the 18th.
II. Wind and Rain Data (Source: Central Weather Bureau of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications)
1. Rainfall (From July 17th, 2019, 12:00 (Midnight) to July 18th, 2019, 16:40)
|Lanyu Senior High School||179.5|
|Area||Instant Gust Readings (Level)|
III. Contingency Measures
- Emergency Response Centers set up by Various Counties and Cities (Source: National Fire Agency under the Ministry of the Interior)
|Level||Amount||Counties and Cities|
|2||4||New Taipei City, Ilan County, Taitung County, Hualien County|
|3||5||Keelung City, Taipei City, Yunlin County, Tainan City, Kaohsiung City|
- Suspension of Working/Schooling (Source: Directorate-General of Personnel Administration under the Executive Yuan): N/A
- Manpower and Machinery Mobilized:
IV. Evacuation and Sheltering
The Number of People Evacuated: 10/The Cumulative Number of People Sheltered: 2/ At present, there is 0 shelter. The Current Number of People Sheltered is 0.
V. Disaster Statistics
- Deaths and Injuries (Source: National Fire Agency under the Ministry of the Interior)
- Critical Infrastructure (Source: Ministry of Economic Affairs, National Communications Commission (NCC))
- Suspension or Delay in Air Transportation (Source: Ministry of Transportation and Communications)
Maritime transport: 75 vessels over 13 routes were suspended.
4. Local Flooding Conditions (Source: Ministry of Economic Affairs)