As promised, here are the videos of the flood in Sandoval Avenue that I took while riding the yellow dump truck (for free, yey!). The videos are shaky but YouTube did some "fixing". They are now "tolerable". I had a migraine while watching the raw clips. LOL! At least, I think, you can endure these videos now. Can I say, "enjoy the videos"? I guess not. LOL!
You will see that the flood in Sandoval Avenue is still widespread. My estimate is that it is about more than a kilometer long. This is just the stretch of Sandoval Ave. The subdivisions and other areas adjacent to the avenue are also flooded. Imagine, 3 days since the rain had stopped and here we are in Pasig City still drenched in flood. Haissst! When will this flood go away?
As I said, I rode the yellow dump truck from my place to the supermarket. The usual 10-minute ride took 45 minutes because vehicles are carefully treading the flood at 5 kph. LOL! Therefore, there's traffic build-up all the way. Traffic is heavy at Mercedes Ave.. Anyway, see in the video below how people go about their daily lives. Did you catch a glimpse of the person making the gas delivery with his motorbike?
The flood in Urbano Velasco Ave. is also terrible. You'll see in the next video below the small "bancas" and "Flood Monsters" that you can rent to traverse Urbano Velasco Ave. or Sandoval Ave..
Mercedes Ave. is lucky. It has no more flood. But the low-lying subdivisions adjacent to Mercedes Ave. still suffer from deep waters. You won't see Mercedes Ave. or those flooded subdivisions in the videos. I do have pictures of them though, in my earlier blog post. Check them out. Click on the link below:
Check out my 11 August 2012"Update in Pictures".