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写真 | 2018年 07月 18日 20:35 JST

Tropical storm floods Manila streets

Children use a makeshift raft as they play along a partially flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila Philippines. 

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Children use a makeshift raft as they play along a partially flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropicmore

Children use a makeshift raft as they play along a partially flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila Philippines. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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A resident rests on top of a pedicab along a flooded street caused by the monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila, Philippines. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

A resident rests on top of a pedicab along a flooded street caused by the monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Sonmore

A resident rests on top of a pedicab along a flooded street caused by the monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila, Philippines. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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A resident wades along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila, Philippines. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

A resident wades along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Memore

A resident wades along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila, Philippines. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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Residents frolic on a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

Residents frolic on a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metromore

Residents frolic on a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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Residents ride on a makeshift raft as they play on a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

Residents ride on a makeshift raft as they play on a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Stormmore

Residents ride on a makeshift raft as they play on a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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Boys rest on a partially submerged bumper of a vehicle along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

Boys rest on a partially submerged bumper of a vehicle along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropmore

Boys rest on a partially submerged bumper of a vehicle along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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Residents gather plastics and other recyclable materials along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

Residents gather plastics and other recyclable materials along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Trmore

Residents gather plastics and other recyclable materials along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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Residents wade past a partially submerged funeral car along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

Residents wade past a partially submerged funeral car along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropimore

Residents wade past a partially submerged funeral car along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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A man pushes a wooden cart along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

A man pushes a wooden cart along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezomore

A man pushes a wooden cart along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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A woman wades along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

A woman wades along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metromore

A woman wades along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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A boy stands in front of a steel along a partially flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

A boy stands in front of a steel along a partially flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Smore

A boy stands in front of a steel along a partially flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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A man rides on a makeshift raft along a flooded street caused by the monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila.

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A man rides on a makeshift raft along a flooded street caused by the monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinhmore

A man rides on a makeshift raft along a flooded street caused by the monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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Residents gather plastics and other recyclabble materials along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

Residents gather plastics and other recyclabble materials along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tmore

Residents gather plastics and other recyclabble materials along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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A resident carries a woman on his back along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

A resident carries a woman on his back along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tmore

A resident carries a woman on his back along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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Residents transport LPG containers along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

Residents transport LPG containers along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh more

Residents transport LPG containers along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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A man wades along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

A man wades along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Mmore

A man wades along a flooded street caused by monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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Children ride on a makeshift raft along a flooded street caused by the monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

Children ride on a makeshift raft along a flooded street caused by the monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Timore

Children ride on a makeshift raft along a flooded street caused by the monsoon rains and Tropical Storm Son-Tinh in Quezon city, Metro Manila. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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