National water agency, the Public Utilities Board (PUB) issued flash flood warnings earlier today (18 September) at 9.07am, for the Ulu Pandan Park Connector area.
A section of the Ulu Pandan PCN was then closed off, after the water levels in the canal surged and almost reach the level of the park connector.
PUB issued a flood risk warning at 9.07am, saying that water levels at the Ulu Pandan Sunset Walk area had rose to more than 90%, warning that a flood risk was very likely.
They then updated their warning a minute later and said that the water levels at the area had risen to 100%. before issuing a series of flood risk warnings for the area.
A video emerged online showing several officers donning helmets, who appear to be from PUB, walking along the flooded park connector.
It is also worth noting that earlier this month (2 September), there was a landslide that caused damage to the Ulu Pandan PCN near Clementi Avenue 6, damaging a portion of the footpath.
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Image and video source: Yoon Chin via Nature Society (Singapore) Facebook