Several roads and communities in southern Metro Manila were flooded Thursday night due to continuous rain during the day.
But throughout the early hours of Friday morning, the flooded roads in Las Piñas, Muntinlupa, and Parañaque finally subsided due to the cessation of rain.
The bottom of the Zapote flyover at the end of Alabang-Zapote Road was difficult for vehicles to pass until it was declared not passable around 6:20 p.m.
The water flows into the Zapote bridge on the border of Bacoor and Diego Cera Ave. covered by Las Piñas.
But until dawn, the water gradually subsided.
So light and heavy vehicles also crossed the road.
Some youths even offered to cross motorcycles in their carts. Others, on the other hand, trampled people into the part of Bacoor City, Cavite.
The water also entered several subdivisions in Barangay Pulanglupa Uno, such as Perpetual Village, Meritville, Kalikasan Homes, and Mapayapa Village.
The water reached a foot deep in the roads, but in the courtyards, it reached beyond the knees.
Commuters stranded in flooding in Las Piñas, Parañaque, Muntinlupa
Rescue boats also entered the courtyards to rescue flood victims in their homes.
In Muntinlupa, the water reached beyond the knees on Biazon Road in Bgy. Poblacion.
Residents of Southville 3 housing found it difficult to cross.
Biazon Road is the only road they can take to town since the Bureau of Corrections closed the road inside the National Bilibid Prisons.
The barangay sent a truck to cross the people.
Meanwhile, Typhoon Fabian is forecast to gradually intensify in the near term and reach its peak intensity (155-165 km/h) today. However, a weakening trend in its intensity may begin tomorrow and may accelerate by Sunday as the typhoon makes landfall over mainland China.
The center of the eye of Typhoon “FABIAN” was estimated based on all available data at 510 km Northeast of Itbayat, Batanes.
It has a maximum sustained winds of 150 km/h near the center, gustiness of up to 185 km/h, and central pressure of 955 hPa.