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Aug 8, 2012
August 8, 2012 Floodwaters in Pateros continue to rise following nonstop rains since Tuesday, prompting the local government to declare a state of calamity. Mayor Joey Medina said 9 of 10 barangays in Pateros remain submerged in floods. Late afternoon rains pounded the Philippine capital of Manila Wednesday, leaving 60% of its roads submerged and placing the entire city under a state of calamity. Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim said torrential rains late in the afternoon caused massive floods that snarled traffic and rendered roads impassable. Parts of Manila, including city hall, have also experienced power outages since Tuesday. More than one million people in and around the Philippine capital battled deadly floods Wednesday amid relentless monsoon rains, with neck-deep waters trapping slum dwellers and the wealthy on roofs. The United States Embassy will remain closed on Thursday after torrential rains pounded Metro Manila anew on Wednesday afternoon. The US Embassy earlier announced that it will resume operations tomorrow, but the sudden downpour forced it to recall the decision. The city of Manila, where the embassy is located, is already under a state of calamity. A total of 11 areas in Metro Manila and nearby provinces in Luzon are now under a state of calamity following the non-stop rains and floods the past few days.
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