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Bangladesh : Cyclone : 2009/05/25

GLIDE:  TC-2009-000105-BGD

Duration 2009/05/25
Country or District Bangladesh
Name Cyclone
Outline At least 17 people were killed in eastern India and Bangladesh on 25 May 2009 when a cyclone slammed into coastal areas and triggered tidal surges and flooding, leaving thousands homeless, officials said.
Summary
Human Impact Physical Impact Others
Government of Bangladesh 2009/06/11
Dead: 190
Injured: 7,103
Affected: 3,928,238
Affected family: 948,621
Damaged houses: 613,778
Damaged crops: 323,454 acre
Government of Bangladesh 2009/05/30
Dead: 155
Missing: 10
Injured: 7,108
Affected: 3,606,116
Affected family: 8,01,602
Damaged houses: 564,315
Damaged crops: 327,406 acre

Related Links

Report/Articles

Government of Bangladesh 2009/06/11
Disaster Management Information Centre situation report 11 Jun 2009

Government of Bangladesh 2009/05/30
Disaster Management Information Centre situation report 30 May 2009

Government of Bangladesh 2009/05/27
Total 14 districts were affected by the cyclone. 100 persons reported dead.

Reuters AlertNet 2009/05/25
Cyclone kills 17 in eastern India and Bangladesh

Geographycal Data Information

Government of Bangladesh 2009/06/07
Bangladesh: Cyclone Aila - Damage Information (as of 6 June 2009)

OCHA Relief Web 2009/05/26
Tropical Cyclone Aila as of 26 May 2009

Pictures

International Charter 2009/05/25
Ocean Storm and flood in Bangladesh