Flooding in Bangkok, Samut Prakan along Chao Phraya river during high tide

Bangkok residents who reside close to the Chao Phraya river are being warned to be careful for rising water levels after the river overflowed in areas in Bangkok and the neighbouring province Samut Prakan. The water is expected to rise this evening and tomorrow morning.
Bangkok Governor Aswin Kwanmuang visited a highway in Samphanthawong district at present the place there was heavy flooding and ordered the Department of Drainage and Sewerage to drain flood water from the realm. According to says the water was above the footpath stage and began to flow into homes.
“Bangkok residents who reside close to the Chao Phraya river are being warned to watch out for rising water ranges after the river overflowed in areas in Bangkok.”
High tide hit 2.sixty seven metres at 9:55am this morning and flooding was reported in Bangkok Noi, Taling Chan, Bang Khunthian and Nong Chok districts. Another excessive tide is predicted at 6:57pm at present.
The Thai government’s PR department says the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has assigned related authorities to handle the situation..

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