Water level in Marikina River going down

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MANILA, Philippines – From its 19-meter critical level, the Marikina River gradually went down to 18.9 meters as of 7:11 p.m., said Marikina Public Information office.

The following are images of Marikina River as of 6:45 p.m. :

PHOTO by INQUIRER.net’s JULLIANE DE JESUS

PHOTO by INQUIRER.net’s JULLIANE DE JESUS

PHOTO by INQUIRER.net’s JULLIANE DE JESUS

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