Photos of deluged Metro Manila, peripheral areas flood social media

Stay safe out there
Aug 19, 2013

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If you live in Metro Manila, you know that it has been raining nonstop for more than a day already. That\'s due to tropical storm Maring, which prompted Malacañang to suspend classes on all levels, as well as work at government offices. As for private companies, the decision to cancel work rests upon management.

As expected, photos of flooded roads (and even cars) have, er, flooded social-media sites like Facebook and Twitter. Here are 10 of these photographs, in case you need something to help you decide whether to go out or stay home. If you do decide to brave the bad weather, just be safe and always stay above the water.

 

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