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  • 2020-08-03 08:30:00
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Typhoon Hagupit Disaster Response Report - I

Typhoon Hagupit Disaster Response Report - I
Reported by: Central Emergency Operations Center
Data up to: 21:00, Aug 2 2020
  1. Typhoon status (data from Central Weather Bureau, Ministry of Transportation and Communications)
Tropical storm HAGUPIT is located approximately 280 km east of Hualien as of 20:00, Aug 20, and currently traveling at 17 km/h towards 20 km/h north-northwest towards northwest. The atmospheric pressure is 998 hPa at its center. The wind speed is 23 m/sec, or 83 km/h, close to its center, equivalent to level 9 wind. The maximum gust is 30 m/sec or 108 km/h, equivalent to level 11 wind. The radius of storm is 80 km for level 7 wind. The storm is posing a threat to Bashi Channel and southeast sea of Taiwan. It is expected to see the typhoon downgrade to a tropical depression in the near future.
  1. Winds and rainfall (data from Central Weather Bureau, Ministry of Transportation and Communications)
Rainfall (from 00:00 to 20:00 Aug 2 2020)
Area mm
Liuxi, Baihe District, Tainan 110.0mm
Kaohsiung District Agricultural Research and Extension Station, Changzhi Township, Pingtung 110.0mm
Dapu, Gukeng Township, Yunlin 108.0mm
  1. Response efforts
    1. Emergency operations centers at local government level (data from National Fire Agency, Ministry of the Interior)
(1) Level 2 establishment: New Taipei City, Hualien County and Yilan County
(2) Level 3 establishment: Keelung City and Hsinchu County
  1. Manpower and machines mobilized
(1) The Coast Guard Administration has deployed 311 people, 89 vehicles and 5 vessels.
(2) Local fire departments have deployed 2 people and 1 vehicle.
  1. Damage statistics
  1. Casualties (data from National Fire Agency, Ministry of the Interior)
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  2. Damage to utility lines (data from Ministry of Economic Affairs)
None
  1. Transportation (data from Ministry of Transportation and Communications)
 
(1) National freeways: all lines operational;
(2) Railways: all lines operational;
(3) Air transport: no delayed or cancelled international flight; domestic flights normal;
(4) Sea transport: one ferry cancelled.
  1. Flooding reports:
No flood reported.
 
last update:2020-08-03 09:42:48