The HCM City Central Steering Committee on Disaster Prevention and Control has ordered city districts to take timely measures to deal with fallen trees during the rainy season following the the death of a student who was hit by a falling tree on Tuesday at a secondary school.
HCM City plans to conduct research and identify trees resilient to natural disasters and suited to the local soil.
For fourteen years, Trương Văn Kiểm has helped hundreds of poor households have durable and safe homes.
Hà Nội will be likely to replace more than 4,000 nacre trees in the city as an effort of preventing them from falling down, threatening the safety of people in this stormy season.
Around 1,000 trees on Phạm Văn Đồng Street in Ha Noi’s Cầu Giấy District will be cut down, 158 moved, and 142 pruned for the expansion of Ring Road 3.
Ngô Văn Quý, vice chairman of the Hà Nội People’s Committee, urged the evaluation of trees at schools to avoid repeated tree collapse incidents, posing danger to students.
Hà Nội Police said they have determined the suspect who carved xà cừ trees or African mahoganies (Khaya senegalensis) on Láng Road in Hà Nội’s Đống Đa District.
Chunks of bark were found to have been carved out of 40 xà cừ trees on Láng Road in Hà Nội’s Đống Đa District on Tuesday.
Residents in HCM City are worried about the road-users’ safety following successive trees fallen on its routes during the recent rains.