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Heavy rains, high tides lead to flooding in HCM City

Update: November, 07/2013 - 15:39
Heavy rains and high tides caused severe floods on many major roads in HCM City, resulting in traffic jams during rush hour on Thursday.— VNS Photo
HCM CITY (Biz Hub) — Heavy rains and high tides caused severe floods on many major roads in HCM City, resulting in traffic jams during rush hour on Thursday.

Streets along Tan Hoa- Lo Gom Canal are affected the most by tides, including Hoa Binh Street where the water level reached one metre.

Lac Long Quan and Tan Hoa streets in District 11, and Chu Van An, Dinh Bo Linh and Bui Dinh Tuy streets in Binh Thanh District were flooded. Huynh Tan Phat Street in District 7 was also affected.

Thousands of people commuting to their jobs in inner HCM City from Thu Duc District are stuck on flooded Kha Van Can Street. — VNS Photo

At the Cay Go Roundabout in District 6, vehicles were unable to move for hours due to severe traffic congestion.

Thousands of people commuting to their jobs in inner HCM City from Thu Duc District were stuck on flooded Kha Van Can Street. —VNS

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