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Reporter Jong-Jin Won.
is a pension in Cheongpyeong-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, where the landslide continued.
The dark mud water is poured over the pension.
Originally a road, this place has become a river with a heavy stream of water.
[Audiencer Won-sol Lee (I was isolated from the pension and rescued in the afternoon): The way out is submerged in water and remains isolated. (Yesterday) There was a road going out until night, but there was a lot of rain between dawns… .]
Yongin Cheoin-gu, the entire residential area was submerged as heavy rain poured down all night.
[I do not know. What should we do!]
Heavy rain poured into the central region for two consecutive days, flooding houses and roads in Seoul, Gyeonggi and Chungcheong areas.
The road along the Seongnae River, Bangi-dong, Songpa-gu, where bicycles used to go, was completely submerged as the rivers overflowed.
In the guerrilla storm, which pours 100% of heavy rain in a short period of time, the dire situation that almost got stuck on the road while driving was also continued.
[Viewer Lee Tae-hoon: The rain suddenly came a lot, go there. The car was immersed in water, so the water just got into the exhaust and the engine did not turn off.]
Even in rural areas where local governments are lacking, they are isolated, burning the hearts of citizens with elderly parents.
[Viewer Seo Ji-ji: The people in the room are not making any contact. So I'm more worried now. The mountain collapses right now, so I don't know what my parents will do... .] You
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[Report] A road that changed like a river overnight... Pension isolation scene
Many viewers have reported on-site video to our SBS. We will faithfully report to help prevent and recover from damage. However, when taking a photo of the flooding site and sending it, please pay attention to safety.