HANOI, Dec 1 (AFP) - Emergency aid
of 13 million dollars is to be distributed to typhoon-ravaged coastal regions
of central Vietnam, a report said on Tuesday.
Typhoons Chip, Dawn, Elvis, which struck
700 kilometers (110 miles) of central coastline between November 11 and
26, claimed 267 lives, with a further 16 missing, the Vietnam News said.
The death toll from Typhoon Dawn, which
hit the coast in late November, was 211, with 73 injured and 12 missing,
mostly fisherman caught at sea.
The typhoon, the deadliest and most destructive
since 1964, left two million people homeless.