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FLOOD ALERT: List of flooded areas on July 20, 2018

/ 08:59 AM July 20, 2018

Rain water inundate portion of Mantrade in Makati City. on Friday, July 20, 2018, as persistent rain due to southwest monsoon enhanced by Tropical Storm “Inday” affect Metro Manila and many parts of Luzon. INQUIRER.NET

Heavy rainfall due to prevailing southwest monsoon enhanced by Tropical Storm “Inday” caused flooding in several areas in Metro Manila on Friday.

According to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa), Inday has slightly strengthened Friday morning and likely to bring more rain in many parts of Luzon, including Metro Manila.

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Here’s a collated list of flooded areas posted by the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and some local government units in their social media accounts:

Makati City

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Tunnel at Barangay Magallanes – waters subsided (as of 7:34 am)

Pasong Tamo Street, Waltermart area – 24 inches, passable to all vehicles (as o 4:00 am)

Southside Fox and Centurino – 24 inches, passable to all vehicles (as of 4:00 am)

Rizal Daffodil to Blueboz and Sampaguita Street – 24 inches, passable to all vehicles (as of 4:00 am)

La Paz – Mola Street, Primo De Rivera, Pasong Tamo, Cervera, Arcimedes corner Flordeliz, Godet Onyx corner Primo De Rivera – 24 inches, not passable (as of 7:34 am)

  1. Viejo – Bernardo St – 24 inches, not passable (as of 7:34 am)

Chino Roces-Dela Rosa – 12 to 15 inches (as of 7:34)

Pio Del Pilar – Valderama going to Batangas – 24 inches, not passable to light vehicles (as of 7:34 am)

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Fernando Street – 10 inches deep, not passable to light vehicles (as of 7:34 am)

Dela Rosa Avenue – 26 inches deep, not passable to all vehicles (as of 7:34 am)

Barangay San Isidro, Gil Puyat to Filmore Street – 40 inches, not passable (as of 7:00 am)

Osmeña Highway – 24 inches, not passable (as of 7:00 am)

Valenzuela City

Pasolo A. Santos – 11 to 12 inches, not passable to light vehicles (as of 7:00 am)

MH Del Pilar going to Pisces – 18 to 19 inches, not passable to light vehicles (as of 7:00 am)

San Roque Bridge – 15 to 16 inches, not passable to light vehicles (as of 7:00 am)

  1. Hernandez Mabolo – 11 to 12 inches, not passable to light vehicles (as of 7:00 am)

Lee HongKong Mabolo – 14 to 15 inches, not passable to light vehicles (as of 7:00 am)

MH Del Pilar cor Isla to Bisig – 11 to 12 inches, not passable to light vehicles (as of 7:00 am)

Other areas in Metro Manila

Terminal 2 in Ninoy Aquino International Airport – gutter deep, passable to all vehicles (as of 5:49 am)

MIA Domestic Park & Fly – gutter deep, passable to all types of vehicles (as of 5:48 am)

MIA Road before Domestic WB – half-tire deep innerlane, not passable for light vehicles (as of 5:48 am)

Tramo Andrews to Domestic Road – gutter deep, passable to light vehicles (as of 5:21 am)

Roxas Buendia before flyover SB – gutter deep, passable to all types of vehicles (as of 7:00 am)

Please refresh this page for updates.   /kga

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