MANILA, (PNA) — Incessant monsoon rains pounded many parts of Metro Manila and nearby provinces overnight caused flooding in several areas as well as the suspension of classes Monday morning.
In a twitter advisory, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) said that as of 8:25 a.m., EDSA Taft south bound in Pasay City has half tire deep in waters.
As of 7:36 a.m., knee-deep flood waters rendered several Paranaque City roads impassable to light vehicles particularly in Moonwalk, Don Bosco, and Evacom which has waist-deep flood.
As of 7:34, in Quezon City, D. Tuazon/E. Rodriguez Blvd. — gutter deep; Quezon Ave/Biak na Bato St., — knee Ddeep (not passable to light vehicles).
As of 7:30 a.m. in Caloocan, the Northern BMC — gutter deep; R. Papa St., — gutter deep; Araneta, E. Rodriguez Blvd – Q.Ave North bound – tire deep.
In Manila, Maria Clara – gutter deep; (Caloocan) C3 A.Boni – gutter deep.; (la Pinas) Southern Sentosia Hotel southbound – tire deed; Sentosia Coastal Northbound – gutter deep; Mia Coastal north bound – gutter; (Paranaque) SM Sucat Southbound – waist deep; SM Sucat northbound – knee deep.
(Manila) Western RMB Pureza – gutter deep; Espana Blumentritt Lacson westbound – gutter deep; Rizal Recto – gutter deep.
Meanwhile, as of 7:34 a.m. no flooding was reported in EDSA and C5 which are both still passable.