Water floods to the road and contacted with residents should be cautioned as one source of disease. These diseases include typhoid fever, cholera, leptospirosis and hepatitis A. Such ailment has a low risk unless there is a large and significant water movement.
In addition, there is an increased risk of infectious diseases caused by dirty water through direct contact with contaminated water. It is like wound infection, dermatitis, conjunctivitis, ear infections, nose, and throat. However, such a disease will not be widespread.
Drowning, injury, trauma include those at risk from flooding. Hypothermia may also occur especially in children who are stuck for floods for a long time. In addition there is also an increased risk of respiratory tract infections.