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FLOOD ALERT: List of flooded areas on June 11, 2018

By: - Reporter / @FMOrellanaINQ
/ 01:17 PM June 11, 2018

The Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) warned of flooding in parts of Quezon City on Monday.

In a 2:00 p.m. advisory, the government of Valenzuela also reported 10 areas that are submerged in flood.

Please keep refreshing this page for official updates from MMDA and local governments.

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QUEZON CITY
(1) Araneta Avenue and Maria Clara Street, northbound: Knee-deep floods, not passable to light vehicles as of 12:31 p.m.

(2) Sgt. Rivera and A. Bonifacio, west-bound: Gutter deep, passable to all types of vehicles as of 10:11 a.m.

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VALENZUELA CITY

(1) G. Lazaro: 2-3 inches of flood, passable to all vehicles

(2) Libo to Pisces: 8-9 inches of flood, passable to all vehicles

(3) Coloong 1 to Tiwala: 8-9 inches of flood, passable to all vehicles

(4) Coloong 2: 5-7 inches of flood, passable to all vehicles

(5) Pinalagad: 1-2 inches of flood, passable to all vehicles

(6) A. Mabini Arty: 4-5 inches of flood, passable to all vehicles

(7) G. Lazaro going Astrodome: 3-4 inches of flood, passable to all vehicles

(8) G. Lazaro going I. Fernando: 5-6 inches of flood, passable to all vehicles

(9) T. Santiago: 5-6 inches of flood, passable to all vehicles

(10) Ciudad Grande: 14-15 inches of flood, not passable to light vehicles.

PARAÑAQUE

(1) West service road Merville: Knee deep; not passable to light vehicles as of 6:30 p.m.


Heavy rainfall

The Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) issued a heavy rainfall alert caused by the southwest monsoon or “hanging habagat” over Metro Manila and nearby provinces.

READ: Heavy rainfall alert up in Metro Manila, Bulacan, Pampanga, Zambales, Bataan

Flood safety

On its website, PAGASA lists some precautionary measures that people can take in flood-prone areas:

(1) Move to higher places when you expect flooding in your area.

(2) Transfer electric appliances to the upper floors of your houses or buildings when you expect floods.

(3) Switch off power when electrical appliances or outlets will be submerged in floodwater.

(4) As much as possible, avoid wading in floodwaters.

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