Tuesday, August 7, 2012


Espana, Manila
The rain just won't stop and a lot of areas are now under water and is flooded. We must all pray for the safety of all our fellowmen. It has been a trying past few days for all of us moreso the people that were directly hit by the heavy rainfall and the high floods. Places around the metro are literally under water and a lot of people have been stranded.

Taft Avenue
Here are some of the pictures around the metro as we try to brave this storm.

3rd Avenue, Caloocan

Flood in Caloocan has been terrible putting houses almost entirely under water. 

Araneta Avenue
 Araneta Avenue looked like a big water intersection. See how deep the flood is? The gasoline station almost has its half under water.

Bacoor, Cavite

Bacoor Cavite is all in water. (Taken near SM Bacoor)

Bridge in Marikina

The Marikina Bridge seems like a slide going down the pool.

De La Rosa Street, Makati
 Makati is not spared as Dela Rosa Street become flooded making it unpassable to light vehicles.

Espana, Manila

As usual, Espana in Manila became a huge swimming pool once more. Water levels are nearing waist deep.

Las Pinas
 Las Pinas is a picture of water all over as not a single area of land can be clearly seen.

 Mandaluyong has some areas flooded up to knee and some even up to waist level.

Manila City Hall

Manila City Hall seems reachable only by boat or maybe a submarine. Flood all over.

NLEX Malinta Extension

NLEX is flooded as well. Now that is not a usual thing. So this rain must be that heavy.

Olongapo City

Olongapo City
 Olongapo City is one of the few cities not spared by heavy flooding.

Remedios, Malate

I guess no partying for a while as the Malate area is drenched in flood water everywhere.

Roxas Boulevard
 Roxas Boulevard seems like an Olympic-size swimming pool. 

San Juan City
 The City of San Juan residents are trapped inside their houses as some residents paddle around the area.

Sta. Mesa, Manila

As again, Manila gets flooded. Even buses could not get their noses up.

UST Grounds

UST Grounds? Or maybe UST Water Field is more appropriate. The university becomes one big water observatory as classes remain suspended.

Zapote, like the other places near Las Pinas and Alabang is also hit with flood.

Let us continue praying that this storm will stop anytime soon. While the rain is still up, all we need is to hang on and do the best we could do to help others as well.

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