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Heavy rain, falling since the night of November 20th, has resulted in heavy flooding in Thailand’s city of Phetchaburi, severely affecting public transportation. Train services have been suspended and dozens of cars are under water. More than 10 schools have had to close, the local government has closed Kaeng Krachan National Park and has evacuated people in the nearby villages over concerns that flash floods may strike. Thailand’s Irrigation Department expects water levels to continue to rise and have warned locals to move their belongings to higher ground. Phetchaburi city is 158 kilometers north of the resort town of Huahin.