Successful Evacuation Events

DisasterYear: Disaster: , County & Township:
1 Disaster Name & Time Fanapi , (2010.09.19)
Administrative Region Laiyi Village, Laiyi Township, Pingtung County
Accumulated Rainfall 507
Evacuation Assistant
(Refuge People)

(135)400
Disaster Status 1. The only liaison road Pingtung County Highway 110 was destroyed, 50 houses were buried by debris. 2. No casualties
Disaster Description The village head HONG, JIA-MING (洪嘉明) of Laiyi Village, Laiyi Township, Pingtung County began to advice local residents to evacuate in 18th afternoon. About 400 villagers evacuate to the shelter or their relatives under the mountain. At 19th, the debris flow result in 50 damaged houses during Typhoon Fanapi period. There were no casualties due to the successful evacuation.
2 Disaster Name & Time Megi , (2010.10.21)
Administrative Region Yongle Village, Su-ao Township, Yilan County
Accumulated Rainfall 593.5
Evacuation Assistant
(Refuge People)

(135)30
Disaster Status 1. Flood and several landslides. 2. No casualties.
Disaster Description Several landslides took place in Yongle Village during Typhoon Maggie period. The rainfall along with landslide debris washed into houses. A landslide took place at the slopeland behind Yongle activity center in first neighborhood; the debris buried the activity center and Fude Temple, the deposit height up to 50cm. There were no casualties for 30 local residents made an in-time evacuation.
3 Disaster Name & Time Megi , (2010.10.21)
Administrative Region Shenghu Village, Su-ao Township, Yilan County
Accumulated Rainfall 438
Evacuation Assistant
(Refuge People)

(135)30
Disaster Status 1. Flood and several landslides. 2. No casualties.
Disaster Description The massive precipitation result in several landslides in Shenghu Village during Typhoon Maggie period. The debris gad buried many areas including roads and Nanshun Temple. The massive precipitation also resulted in floods, the flood level up to 50cm; fortunately, an early evacuation was executed, about 30 people evacuated to activity center without casualties.