#FloodPH Alert: Flooded areas in Pangasinan, Tarlac on July 21
MANILA, Philippines – As Tropical Depression Josie intensified late Saturday afternoon, July 21, moderate to heavy rains persisted in the Ilocos Region.
The Cordillera Administrative Region, Batanes, the Babuyan Group of Islands, Zambales, Tarlac, and Nueva Ecija were also among the areas heavily affected by Josie.
Pangasinan experienced heavy rains since Friday, July 20, flooding 32 barangays. By Saturday, Dagupan City was placed under a state of calamity.
Here are the photos of flooding in areas of Pangasinan and Tarlac (READ: #FloodPH: Mga dapat gawin kapag bumaha):
As of 10:30 am: Almost knee-level flood outside Unitop at AB Fernandez East Avenue in Dagupan.
11 am: Knee-deep flooding at AB Fernandez Avenue in Dagupan.
Buses and motorcycles navigate the flooded Arellano St in Dagupan.
Domanpot, Asingan, Pangasinan as of 11:28 am.
Domanpot, Asingan, Pangasinan as of 11:28 am. The flooding in Domanpot remains the same even at this time. Flooding in other areas in Asingan has also reached waist-deep level.| via Maco Viray Salinas— MovePH (@MovePH) July 21, 2018
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4:30 pm: Knee-deep flooding at Calasiao, Pangasinan.
5 pm: Tarlac also experiences intense flooding following the swelling of the Camiling River.
Flooding in Camiling, Tarlac continues to rise due to overflow at Camiling River | via Jhay Grande— MovePH (@MovePH) July 21, 2018
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Jetskis are deployed in Camiling, Tarlac, after the heavy downpour in the area.
Heavy flooding in Sta Barbara, Pangasinan.
6 pm: Different areas of Dagupan still experience knee-deep flooding.
High-level flooding as of 6PM at different areas around Dagupan, Pangasinan | via @daydreamer_rjcd— MovePH (@MovePH) July 21, 2018
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Submit flood reports by using the hashtag #FloodPH or plotting an alert on the Agos map. Rappler's MovePH team will monitor the map and alert the public and authorities. – Rappler.com