Several roads and villages in Phang Nga were hit with hillside runoff and landslides on Thursday morning following heavy rain overnight, the authorities said.
Officials said the Bang Sai-Pakweep road in Ban Dok Daeng village in Tambon Bang Sai in Phang Nga's Takua Pa was flooded from hillside runoff that also broke a bridge, making the road impassable.
In Tambon Klong Khian in Takua Thung district, runoff hit several villages and a main road as well as sending landslides at several spots on the main road in the district. The road was still passable in the morning.
Sayan Kijmano, chief of the Phang Nga disaster prevention and mitigation office, said the overnight rain in the province was measured at over 100mm, prompting the office to issue warning about flash flooding and landslides.
Sayan said the risky villages were Ban Laem Hin, Ban Bakan, Ban Thonglang in Tamon Lor Yung and Ban Titeh, Ban Klong Sai in Tambon Klong Khian of Takua Thung. The area saw 127mm of rain in the past 12 hours, he added.
Officials said at least 50 houses in Tambon Bang Sai and Tambon Klong Khian were affected by floods.