SINGAPORE: Flash floods have been reported at the junction of Chai Chee Road and New Upper Changi Road.
According to the PUB's Facebook post, only one lane is passable.
A Channel NewsAsia viewer sent in a photograph showing a white Mercedes taxi half submerged in water at Chai Chee Road at 10:45am.
Several other areas in the east experienced high levels of water following heavy rains on Sunday morning and PUB said these areas face high flood risk.
The affected areas are Chin Cheng Avenue near Jamiyah Children's home, Geylang River near Paya Lebar Road, Bedok South Road and Bedok South Avenue 1, Siglap Road and Marine Parade Road.
For flash floods updates, visit PUB Facebook page or PUB Twitter. - CNA/ck
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