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Marikina River, Water Level

Marikina river water level rises

Marikina river water level rises

8/2/2021 9:51:00 AM

Marikina river water level rises

Residents monitor as water level at Marikina River dips below 15 meters, hours after the local government unit of Marikina raised alarm on the increasing water level at 5am on Monday.

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