Bangkok's Don Muang Airport Underwater

After a breach in a flood wall in Pathum Thani near Bangkok, the Don Muang airport is now under water, according to eTurboNews. The airport continued to serve domestic destinations with two low-cost airlines flying regularly, but now the waters have caused these airlines to suspend their flights. It is being reported that the airport may remain closed until November 1.

Thailand's Flood Relief Operations Centre is asking residents to prepare for an emergency evacuation. Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said that Bangkok's city center could also be affacted as the Chao Phraya river's water levels continue to rise.

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