Two more people died in Kompong Cham province on Monday as a result of flooding that has claimed at least 30 victims since heavy rains spawned by tropical storms over the past two weeks caused the Mekong to break its banks and inundate thousands of communities across 10 provinces, officials said. Although the flooding in some areas showed some signs of receding Monday, Typhoon Wutip—the strongest tropical storm forecast in the region for seven years, according to reports—made landfall in Vietnam late last night, increasing fears that a fresh surge in the flood levels could thwart Cambodian re*lief efforts.