Streets and roads were left flooded in Manila on Thursday after torrential rainfalls from Typhoon Vamco, locally known as Ulysses, hit the city.
Rising floodwaters left part of the Philipines' capital paralysed with residents and vehicles struggling to get around amid submerged roads.
«My car's engine might stop when submerged to water. The street has almost zero visibility. This situation is very hard for striving workers like me,» explained a taxi driver.
According to local reports, at least two people died and thousands are being evacuated throughout the country.