- Eels invaded the corridors of a Vietnamese hospital after a flash flood
- The south of Vietnam was ravaged by Typhoon Megi that caused heavy rains and flash flood all over Ho Chi Minh City
- The typhoon also delayed flights to the city and caused traffic jams in many streets of Saigon
New patients have checked-in in a Vietnamese hospital because of the flash flood that turned doctors and nurses into fishermen.
Eels invaded the corridors of Trung Vuong Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City and the staff tried to catch the slippery visitors. Based on the video, the hospital crew is laughing and giggling while catching the eels.
Eels and other fishes invading homes during flash floods is nothing new for people in Saigon. As a matter of fact, catching them for dinner has become a past time for some.
The south of Vietnam is being ravaged by Typhoon Megi since Monday that recorded the highest rainfall of 204mm in two hours. The typhoon ripped the country with winds up to 160 kilometers per hour.
As of the time of writing, Typhoon Megi has killed four people dead and 250 people injured.
The heavy rains on Sept. 26 caused severe flooding in the many streets of Saigon and many places were still under water until that evening. The inclement weather delayed flights and caused traffic jams.
Videos are all over the internet showing the flood drowning the wheels of motorcycles. The fire department was mobilized to siphon the water in underground parking lots of some buildings.
Watch the hilarious video below.