Flooding in Philippines after Typhoon Egay

In Manila, Philippines, streets are flooded after rains brought by Typhoon Egay. The military has been deployed to help stranded citizens in Metro Manila.

Flooding is reported at E. Malvar St. in Caloocan; Andrews Ave., Tramo Road, MIA Road and Coastal Road in Parañaque; Magallanes Ave. and Pasong Tamo St. in Makati; and Macapagal Boulevard in Pasay. Knee-deep water was reported at 11 a.m. in Balintawak in Quezon City and Karuhatan in Valenzuela; R. Papa St. in Manila and at the Biak na Bato St. in Quezon City.

Advice For Travellers

An Orange Warning against potentially life-threatening floods has been issued for: Metro Manila, particularly CAMANAVA; Zambales; Bataan

A yellow Warning against flooding in low-lying areas has been issued for: Metro Manila, particularly Quezon City and Manila City; Bulacan; Pampanga

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