Photos: Flood updates in Metro Manila on September 19 #FloodPH

Flooded areas in Metro Manila on Sept. 19 via @GMANewsOnline” #FloodPH

Flood updates via @mmda

FLOOD UPDATES (1/2)

EDSA
6:12 AM, Fema Rd. Gutter Deep
6:12 AM, Dario Bridge Gutter Deep
6:27 AM, Balintawak Not Passable all Types of Vehicles
6:05 AM, North Ave Subsided 8:06 AM. Passable.
6:31 AM, Quezon Ave SB Subsided 7:57 AM. Passable
6:57 AM, Quezon Ave NB Not Passable all Types of Vehicles

Manila Area
7:12 AM, RMB V. Mapa Gutter Deep
7:12 AM, Along España Not Passable all Types of Vehicles
7:30 AM, Nagtahan NB/SB Gutter Deep
RMB Vicente Cruz Gutter Deep
M. Dela Fuente Gutter Deep
7:45 AM, Delpan SB Gutter Deep
7:53 AM, RIO Mariones Gutter Deep
RIO Capulong Gutter Deep
7:53 AM, Quirino Taft EB Not Passable all Types of Vehicles

South
6:16 AM, Dr, A Santos Subsided 7:59 AM. Passable.
7:15 AM, Andrews Tramo Gutter Deep
7:50 AM, Osmeña Buendia Not Passable all Types of Vehicles

East
6:10 AM, Ortigas WB C. Raymundo Gutter Deep
7:12 AM, Marcos Highway EB/WB Before Masinag Not Passable all Types of Vehicles
Gil Fernando Dragon St. Gutter Deep
7:48 AM, San Juan area
F. Manalo Not Passable all Types of Vehicles
Brgy. Salapan Not Passable all Types of Vehicles
Brgy. Batis Not Passable all Types of Vehicles
8:00 AM, Ortigas Santolan WB Gutter Deep

Here are flood updates that we storified.

Featured image via @anjocalimario on twitter

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