Phetburi flooding remains critical, motorists advised to use alternative routes

PUBLISHED ON FRI, NOV 24, 2017 2:03 PM

Phetburi flooding remains critical, motorists advised to use alternative routes

By Thai PBS

 

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Flooding in Phetchaburi province remains critical as the Phetchaburi river continues to overflow banks and submerge almost the entire municipal areas today (Nov 24).

 

Sections of the Phetkasem highway passing the town to other southern destinations are also flooded.

 

Phetkasem, a main highway to the southern region remained flooded and impassable for small vehicles, particularly on the inbound traffic lanes to Bangkok.

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/phetburi-flooding-remains-critical-motorists-advised-use-alternative-routes/

 
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