Heavy rain on Saturday, Dec 5, has caused floods in several areas around Singapore.
Both the National Environment Agency (NEA) and the Public Utilities Board (PUB) sent out warnings about thundery showers and floods on their Twitter accounts.
Heavy rain warning: Moderate to heavy thundery showers with gusty wind are expected over northern, eastern & c.. .— NEA (@NEAsg) December 5, 2015
Since about 2pm on Saturday, PUB had warned about the high risks of floods occurring in many places including Tampines Road, Cactus Road, Seletar Road and central areas such as Exeter Road and Somerset Road.
The Straits Times reported that two cars were stranded outside Church of St Vincent de Paul along Yio Chu Kang Road.
Flash floods had occurred at about 4pm at Lorong Buangkok. PUB said traffic condition in the area was "impassable". The floods subsided an hour later.
Flash floods at Lorong Buangkok. Traffic impassable. Issued [1638hrs]. #sgflood— PUB (@PUBsingapore) December 5, 2015
Social media users also took to Twitter to post photos of the floods around the island with the hashtag #sgfloods.
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