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List of flooded roads in Metro Manila
« on: August 08, 2012, 09:08:25 AM »
MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED AS OF 10:42 p.m.) – Below is the list provided by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) of the flooded roads in Metro Manila.

SM Centerpoint Sta. Mesa. Shaw Kalentong; Maysilo Circle: Not passable to all types of vehicles.
Nagtahan towards Plaza Avelino was closed to traffic as of 5:15 p.m. Not passable to all types of vehicles.
EDSA P.Tuazon tunnel, not passable to light vehicles as of 5:20 p.m.
UN corner Romualdez St. still passable. UN-Taft passable, as of 3:42pm
In front SM Sta.Mesa – not passable to all types of vehicles as of 12:06pm (lagpas tao)
McArthur Fatima - above waist not passable to all types of vehicles as of 12:17pm.
Gil Fernando to Sumulong – knee-deep, not passable to all types of vehicles as of 12:17pm.
Mindanao/North - 1/2 tire deep not passable to all types of vehicles as of 1:14pm.
P.Burgos/A.Boni - half tire deep not passable to light vehicles as of 1:35pm.
Edsa Muñoz/FEMA - knee deep not passable to all types of vehicles as of 1:41pm.
Quirino-Angelinao - 45inches. not passable to light vehicles as of 1:55pm.
Reina Reigente/Abad Santos/Recto - tire deep, not passable all types of vehicles, as of 10:30am
E.Rod delos santos - (lagpas tao), not passable to all types of vehicles, as of 10:50 a.m
Kalentong - waist deep, not passable to all types of vehicles, as of 10:31am
Tulyahan McArthur - knee deep, not passable to all types of vehicles, as of 10:36am
PIO Valenzuela - not passable to all types of vehicles as of 10:36am
E.Muñoz-Pami - waist deep not passable to all types of vehicles as of 11:17am
Commonwealth Capitol Zuzuaregi - waist deep not passable to all types of vehicles, as of 9:49 am
San Juan/F.Manalo - waist deep not passable to all types of vehicles, as of 9:20 am
Liano road Caloocan - chest deep not passable to all types of vehicles, as of 9:42 am.
Rizal Ave./R.Papa - 57inches; not passable to all types of vehicles, as of 9:34am.
Old Sta.Mesa/V.Mapa intersection - waist deep, not passable to all types of vehicles, as of 9:41a.m.
Verm before Caltex - neck deep, not passable to all types of vehicles, as of 9:34 am.
Quezon blvd. Carlos Palanca/Mendiola - not passable to all types of vehicles, as of 8:20 am
EDSA Taft Metropoint - gutter deep, passable to all types of vehicles,as of 7:41 am
Roxas NB infront San Juan de dios - knee deep, not passable to all types of vehicles,as of 8:08 am
EDSA Taft Rotonda - gutter deep, as of 10:00 a.m.
Roxas NB in front San Juan de Dios - knee deep, as of 8:08 am
EDSA Taft Metropoint - gutter deep, as of 7:41 am
Quezon Blvd. Carlos Palanca/Mendiola - not passable to all types of vehicles, as of 8:20 am
Roxas Blvd. in front US Embassy - gutter deep, as of 8:21 am
SB and NB of NLEX Balintawak, 8:00 am, not passable to all types of vehicles
Biak na Bato as of 7:50, not passable to light vehicles
Q. Ave Sto. Domingo, as of 7:47 am knee deep
Mindanao Ave, and North Ave, as of 7:44 am, gutter deep
Eagle St. GSIS Village Q.C, as of 6:53 am waist deep
EDSA Taft Metropoint, as of 7:41 am gutter deep
EDSA Taft Metropoint, as of 7:41 am gutter deep
C5 NB Ateneo as of 7:37 am, knee deep
E.Rod Waltermart, as of 7:36 am not passable to all types all vehicles. (lagpas tao)
Masaya St. Commonwealth Philcoa as of 7:36 am, (lagpas tao)
Capitol Balara EB, as of 7:32 am gutter deep
Ortigas, POEA SB, as of 7:31 am half gutter
C4 Lascano, as of 7:30 am 37 waist deep
Victory St. G.Araneta, as of 7:23 am chest deep
SM Sucat, Parañaque, as of 7:20 am waist deep
Mandaluyong Maysilo, as of 7:18 am knee deep
Q.Ave Maria Clara, as of 7:14 am, lagpas tao
Teneros Malabon, as of 7:00 am, neck deep
EDSA Aurora and P.Tuazon tunnels both direction, as of 6:56 am half tire
Quirino Sauyo, as of 7:04 am, not passable to types of vehicles
NLEX Balintawak, as of 7:00 am, not passable to all types of vehicles
South Super Highway Buendia dela Rosa, as of 7:20 am, Not passable to Light vehicles
BBB McArthur, as of 6:17, not passable to all types of vehicles
Q.Ave Brgay. Tatalon Kaliraya, as of 6:37 sm not passable to all types of vehicles
Q.Ave Delta, as of 6:11 am, not passable to all types of vehicles
Q.Ave Araneta, as of 6:11 am not passable to all types of vehicles
Q.Ave Scout Schuatoco, as of 6:11 am not passable to all types of vehicles
Q.Ave Centris EDSA NB, not passable to all types of vehicles
San Marcelino Taft Ayala, Manila, as of 6:37 am not passable to all types of vehicles
Burgos Finance, Manila in-front of Manila City Hsll, as of 6:10 am not passable to all types of vehicles
Quezon ave Roosevelt - as of 8:04am (lagpas tao)
Congressional Road San Mateo Bataan - Not passable to all types of vehicles, as of 7:59am.
East ave City Hall - knee deep, as of 8:00am.
The MMDA has also suspended the number coding scheme in Metro Manila due to flooding.

In its official Twitter account, the MMDA said: “Number Coding is lifted in WHOLE Metro Manila today including Makati.”

Torrential rains since Sunday evening have triggered flooding in low-lying areas in Metro Manila.
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List of flooded roads in Metro Manila
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Re: List of flooded roads in Metro Manila
« Reply #1 on: August 08, 2012, 09:19:44 AM »
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Re: List of flooded roads in Metro Manila
« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2012, 09:20:23 AM »
metro manila does not have a good drainage system yung mga rivers paliit nang paliit dahil sa mga squatters sa tagiliran, tapos saan saan kinakalat ang basura lalo yung mga plastic materials

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Re: List of flooded roads in Metro Manila
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Re: List of flooded roads in Metro Manila
« Reply #4 on: August 08, 2012, 09:30:23 AM »
It is shameful to say the following comment: every year is the same manifesto of disasters or catastrophic events, Example: monsoon rains, typhoon, earthquakes, Floods and other waterborne deceases that always is causing havoc and hysteria in this nation of ours.

The bad thing, the TV networks and politicians are eating all this bad events and treating like an amusement park full of retards, govern by ineptitude and insipid governments. Nothing is done to improve the infrastructure of roads, waterways, the dredging of rivers and proper channelization to avoid or contain the flooding waters. Yet I only blame the government 70 percent and the other 30 percent the FILIPINOS themselves for not been responsible and discipline.

Yet, the rich and famous politicians and celebrities they all have their own candid moments of superheroes in the slime TV. All in the name of the poor and unfortunate.

My question all: When are we going to do the right thing? We talk of making the Philippines a prosperous wonder land, Yet we still plague by our own sorry attitude of greed and pilferage of our own monies. This nation wills not change not now or the future. We are drowning ourselves for nothing.

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Re: List of flooded roads in Metro Manila
« Reply #5 on: August 08, 2012, 09:31:08 AM »
A repeat of 2009, and many years before. After the 2009 Typhoon there was a great deal of talk about fixing the water problems in Manila but in true fashion it was just talk. Only when the government and the people of Manila do something to correct the problems and repair the infrastucture will this stop happening. It is easy to say it is god's will but hard to say we can fix this. When will they start to help themselves instead of just letting it happen.

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Re: List of flooded roads in Metro Manila
« Reply #6 on: August 08, 2012, 09:41:49 AM »
Forced evacuation, tuloy pa rin sa Marikina; Marikina river umabot na sa Alert Level 3


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Re: List of flooded roads in Metro Manila
« Reply #7 on: August 09, 2012, 11:32:14 AM »
This tragedy will happen again and again and again...unless the people will learned their mistakes and will obey if it is the time to evacuate..no rescue operation and no death will happen if they just immediately evacuate upon warning...i guess next time... its time to let them sign a waiver if they don't evacuate immediately no rescue will come to them anymore...

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Re: List of flooded roads in Metro Manila
« Reply #8 on: August 09, 2012, 11:33:11 AM »
Sabi sa ABS-CBN Umagang Kay Ganda kahapon. bakit daw hindi nag deklara agad ang palasyo na walang pasok. eh. malinaw naman na mayrung color coding ang PAGASA. last week pa inilabas na yan. monday pa lang ng gabi ng bumisita ako sa WEBSITE ng PAGASA eh na ka red alert na ang STATUS ng PAGASA. dapat ibinalita na nila yun na naka red alert na ang status ng PAGASA. dahil nasa media sila... sila dapat ang unang mag hatid ng balita sa publiko. at mag paliwanag nito kung anong ibig sabhin nang coloring coding na yan ng PAGASA. o talagang gumagawa lang talaga sila ng butas? nagulat nga ako. ng tignan ko ang update sa PAGASA eh Pula ang nasa taas... pero wala pang nababalita na kanselado na ang pasok kahapon. ibig sabihin antayin pa ang palasyong mag sabi na walang pasok kahit Red ALERT status na ang PAGASA? sa mga kababayan naman natin. mahihilig sa Internet facebook bago po kayo mag log out ay bumisita muna kayo sa website ng PAGASA para alamin ang kalagayan ngpanahon. at wag kayong umasa na maihahatid sa atin ng tama ang impormasyon na dapat nating malaman. sorry ngayun lang ako ng post ng ganito kasi kahapon nawalan ako ng Internet connection.

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Re: List of flooded roads in Metro Manila
« Reply #9 on: August 09, 2012, 01:46:13 PM »
‘KAILANGAN NAMIN NG PAGKAIN AT TUBIG’

Source: Abante Tonite News AUGUST 09, 2012 THURSDAY

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Hindi lamang sa kalakhang Maynila naramdaman ang hagupit ng habagat kundi maging sa mga kalapit-lalawigan, partikular sa Pampanga kung saan ay labis ang pakiusap ng mga apektadong residente na saklolohan.

Sa isang panayam sa telebisyon (ABS-CBN) kahapon ay nanawagan ang alkalde ng Sto. ­Tomas, Pampanga na si Mayor ­Joselito Naguit na tulungan ang kanilang bayan.

“Kailangang-kailangan namin ng pagkain at tubig,” panawagan ng alkalde kaugnay sa mga panga­ngailangan ng kanyang kinasasakupan.

Wala na umanong mabilhang pagkain sa kanilang lugar at hindi rin sila makalabas ng bahay dahil sa mataas na tubig.

Sinabi pa ng alkalde na magdamagan na rin sila sa pagbabantay ng sitwasyon ng kanilang lugar para masiguro ang kaligtasan ng lahat.

Naglagay na rin umano sila ng mga sandbag para makabawas ng baha pero bumigay rin umano ang dike na dahilan ng paglala ng baha sa kanilang lugar.

Sa kasalukuyan ayon pa sa alkalde ay umabot na sa mga bubungan ang tubig-baha sa mga kabaha­yan partikular sa Northville sa naturang bayan.

Samantala, base sa pinakahuling ulat ng National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) sa naunang naiulat na 59 kata­ong nasawi, nasa 11 pa lamang dito ang nakilala at pinangalanan.

Ayon kay NDRRMC Executive Director Undersecretary Benito Ramos, 11 sa 59 katao na nasawi ay kinilalang sina Jayson Baylon, Jayvee Baylon, Jissele Baylon, Cecilia Baylon, Jonathan Castulo, Junica Castulo, Jessica Bayon, Jethro Baylon, Joshua Castulo, na pawang nalibing ng buhay sa landslide sa Lower Bayanihan, Bgy. Commonwealth, Quezon City; Darel Flores, ng Pampanga at Ariem Menes, ng Zambales.

Idinagdag pa ng NDRRMC na mino-monitor ng NDRRMC ang sitwasyon ng Angat at Ipo Dam sa Bulacan, Ambuklao at Binga sa Benguet, San Roque sa Pangasi­nan at Pantabangan sa Nueva Ecija na silang nagdagdag ng mas malaking baha.

Mula naman sa red warning signal sa pag-ulan na itinaas nitong Martes ng Philippine Atmosphe­ric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) ay ibinababa sa green warning dahil na rin sa bahagyang pag­tila ng ulan.

Magkagayunman ay nananatili ang warning alert sa Metro Manila, Pangasinan, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Tarlac, Bulacan, Bataan, Rizal at Cavite na makakaranas pa rin ng mga malalakas at pagbugsu-bugsong pag-ulan.

Isinailalim naman sa state of calamities ang Bataan, Laguna, Pampanga, Bulacan at Zambales at mga siyudad ng Rodriguez, Cainta at San Mateo na pawang sakop ng lalawigan ng Rizal; Valenzuela City, Malabon City at Muntinlupa City sa Metro Manila.

Nasa 267,850 pamilya o 1,230,813 katao naman ang naapektuhan sa mga Regions I, III, IVA, IVB at NCR o 163,007 pamilya o 783,707 tao na ngayo’y nakakalat sa 614 evacuation centers.

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Re: List of flooded roads in Metro Manila
« Reply #10 on: August 09, 2012, 03:47:40 PM »
Wow! Kahanga hanga talaga ang pinakitang pagkakaisa ng mga kaBabAyan nating sundalo. Sa larawang ito, bumuo po sila ng tulay gamit ang mga sariling katawan para lang makatawid ang mga biktima ng bAha na ngsilikasan.

MABUHAY PO KAYO MGA SIR, WE ARE PROUD OF YOU ALL! Salamat po sa inyo.


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