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Heavy #Rain Causes #Flood Chaos in #Cairo, #Egypt

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Hours of heavy on 22 October, 2019, caused flash flooding across parts of Cairo, Egypt.

Northeastern parts of Greater Cairo were the worst affected, including Nasr City and areas around Cairo’s international airport. Flights were delayed after flooding damaged a terminal building and blocked surrounding roads preventing passengers from reaching the airport.

Locals blamed the city’s poor drainage systems for the flooding, which caused traffic chaos on the city’s streets. Schools and universities have been closed in parts of Cairo, Giza and Qalyubia.

Local media reported that one person died as a result of flooding in 10th of Ramadan City, Greater Cairo.

Earlier Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) had warned of unstable weather in the country which is likely to last until at least Friday 25 October, 2019.

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Severe rainfall causes flooding and landslides in Surigao del Sur, Philippines

FLOODED AIRPORT. Continuous rain floods the Tandag airport grounds. Photo by Jofel Perez Patrimonio/Tandag City LGU
FLOODED AIRPORT. Continuous rain floods the Tandag airport grounds. Photo by Jofel Perez Patrimonio/Tandag City LGU
Classes and work were suspended in several towns in Surigao del Sur on Friday, January 9, after continuous rain caused flooding and landslides in the province.
 
Tandag City Mayor Roxanne Pimentel suspended classes in the elementary level, both in public and private educational institutions on Friday morning, the Philippine Information Agency (PIA)-Surigao del Sur said.
 
Pimentel also declared work suspension in government and private institutions as the rain caused flooding in the city including at the Tandag Airport.
 
The Surigao del Sur Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council said classes in all levels were suspended in Cortes town and in the elementary level in Madrid town.
 
The local government of San Miguel town suspended classes on all levels while elementary and high school classes were also suspended in the towns of Lanuza and San Cantilan.
 
Low-lying villages including the poblacion area in San Miguel town are now flooded after the Tago River overflowed because of the heavy rain, the PIA said.
 
As the bad weather continues to bring heavy rain to the province, the national highway between Tandag City and Cortes town were declared impassable after landslides occured in the villages of Matho and Balibadon, Surigao del Sur PDRRMO Abel de Guzman said.
 
As of posting, the road between Lanuza and Cortez town is not accessible after a series of landslides – 4 in all – hit the area.
 
Government responders are now in the area to clear the road from the debris caused by the landslide.
 
No casualty has been reported as of posting.
Courtesy of Rappler