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Old 25th September 2013, 04:34 PM
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The lower half of my house has started flooding, we live next to the Laguna de Bay, here's some quick shots I took, the house was dark inside but I have 4 inches plus inside it keeps rising.

1st photo is the upstairs patio the next photo is the back of the house, our water pump or jet matic I had the electric motor raised higher it's located on the other side of the tank at the very top.
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