Residents flee Bangkok after “massive” flood warning

Reuters: Residents fled Thailand's capital, Bangkok, on Thursday after authorities warned the city would soon be flooded and called a special five-day holiday to let people escape. Traffic in central Bangkok was light as the holiday began but a main road out of the city to the flood-free south was jammed. Many people were heading for the seaside town of Pattaya, where hotel rooms and homes to rent were hard to find. TV footage showed crowded domestic check-in counters at Bangkok's main Suvarnabhumi......

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