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Heavy rain floods Philippine capital; markets, schools shut

A commuter is transported on a partially submerged pedicab along a flooded road as tropical storm Fung-Wong battered the Philippine capital Manila September 19, 2014. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital, Manila, caused flooding in many areas on Friday, shutting schools, government offices and financial markets as a tropical storm made landfall to the north. Thousands of residents in low-lying areas were moved to higher ground, officials said, as flood waters rose quickly after the equivalent of half a month's usual rain fell in six hours. REUTERSErik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)

Heavy rain floods Philippine capital; markets, schools shut

<span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">A tropical storm dumped heavy rain on the Philippine capital on Friday, flooding many parts of the city, shutting schools, government offices and financial markets. </span><br /> <br /> <span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">    Thousands of residents in low-lying areas were moved to higher ground, officials said, as flood waters rose quickly after the equivalent of half a month's usual rain fell in six hours. </span>

Haber Merkezi 11:30 September 19, 2014 Yeni Şafak

Heavy rain floods Philippine capital; markets, schools shut

A tropical storm dumped heavy rain on the Philippine capital on Friday, flooding many parts of the city, shutting schools, government offices and financial markets. 

    Thousands of residents in low-lying areas were moved to higher ground, officials said, as flood waters rose quickly after the equivalent of half a month's usual rain fell in six hours. 
A tropical storm dumped heavy rain on the Philippine capital on Friday, flooding many parts of the city, shutting schools, government offices and financial markets. 

    Thousands of residents in low-lying areas were moved to higher ground, officials said, as flood waters rose quickly after the equivalent of half a month's usual rain fell in six hours. 
A commuter is transported on a partially submerged pedicab along a flooded road as tropical storm Fung-Wong battered the Philippine capital Manila September 19, 2014.  Heavy rain in the Philippine capital, Manila, caused flooding in many areas on Friday, shutting schools, government offices and financial markets as a tropical storm made landfall to the north. Thousands of residents in low-lying areas were moved to higher ground, officials said, as flood waters rose quickly after the equivalent of half a month's usual rain fell in six hours. REUTERSErik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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