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Ho Chi Minh City in chaos because of downpour

Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 18:08 GMT+7
A sign warning travelers of a deep hole is seen being covered in floodwaters.
A sign warning travelers of a deep hole is seen being covered in floodwaters.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.
A heavy rain turned Ho Chi Minh City into an ‘ocean’ on Monday evening, causing motorbikes to break down midway home and knocking riders off their vehicles.

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