SINGAPORE - Stomp reader Jeffrey alerted the citizen journalism website to a flash flood that had occurred this afternoon (Apr 18) along Mount Elizabeth, located between Paragon shopping centre and Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre, which left a Mazda stranded.
In the video he contributed, a Mazda can be seen driving through the water that reaches half of the car tyre's height.
It stops metres after passing the zebra crossing and a passer-by can be heard exclaiming, "It's stuck."
The National Environment Agency posted a tweet at around 2.45pm, saying: "Heavy rain warning: Heavy thundery showers are expected over many areas of Singapore between 2:45pm and 3:50pm."
The Public Utilities Board also posted tweets at around 1.30pm warning of high flood risks at places including Exeter Road, Tanjong Pagar Road and Balmoral Road.
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