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Floods snarl traffic in Metro Manila

By: - Reporter / @NCorralesINQ
/ 10:47 AM September 19, 2014
Waist deep flood along Aurora Blvd near LRT-2 V. Mapa station; not passable to vehicles. #MarioPH --Nestor Corrales

Waist deep flood along Aurora Blvd near LRT-2 V. Mapa station; not passable to vehicles. #MarioPH. TWITTER PHOTO/Nestor Corrales

MANILA, Philippines—Motorists and commuters are stuck in a monstrous traffic jam along the Epifanio delos Santos Avenue (Edsa) as heavy rains flooded Metro Manila Friday.

The Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) said gutter-deep floods hit Edsa Centris  and was not passable to all types of vehicle.

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Flooding was also reported along Edsa Whiteplains, Edsa, Santolan, Ortigas, Boni Avenue, Buendia, and Edsa Tramo.

Earlier this Friday, the MMDA lifted the number coding scheme in Metro Manila, including Makati City and Las Pinas.

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