#MarioPH: Flooded Metro Manila areas, September 19

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MANILA, Philippines – Heavy rains have been pouring non-stop over parts of Metro Manila on Friday, September 19, because of the combined effect of the southwest monsoon and Tropical Storm Mario (Fung-Wong), causing extensive flooding.

The Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) on Friday afternoon posted on its Twitter account a list of flooded areas in Metro Manila. 

(As of 7:48 pm)

Manila area



Quezon City


FLOOD UPDATES: As of 6:17 PM,Ortigas Junction - not passable, IMELDA and Robinson metro east - not passable to all types of vehicles #mmda — Official MMDA (@MMDA) September 19, 2014

Residents in ‎Metro Manila‬, Bataan‬, Zambales‬, Bulacan‬, Laguna‬, Rizal‬, Cavite‬, Batangas‬ are warned of serious flooding as PAGASA raised red rainfall warning on Friday 3 pm.

Meanwhile, MMDA said both directions of C5 and EDSA are passable:

ADVISORY: EDSA and C5 both directions are passable to all types of vehicles. #mmda — Official MMDA (@MMDA) September 19, 2014

Follow Rappler's live blog for more information, photos, and videos from areas affected by Typhoon #MarioPH (Fung-Wong). – Rappler.com

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