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[Photos] 15 Incredible Images Of Yesterday’s Storm In Saigon

Yesterday evening, a large storm passed through Saigon just as the sun began to set, resulting in some spectacular photos captured by Facebook users (top photo by Masahiro Ura from Vincom Center)

Taken by Tantien Ho from River Garden.

Photo by Jason Bowman.

Photo taken by Kim Loan Ho in District 7.

Photo taken by Nick Aronoff from Saigon Pearl.

Photo taken by Chris Vetrano from Sky Garden 3.

Photo by Michael Hardy.

Photo taken by Petr Brunclik at Tan Son Nhat Airport.

Photo taken by Chris Vetrano from Sky Garden 3.

Photo by Jason Bowman.

Photo taken by Nguyen Oanh in District 1.

Photo by Chris Vetrano.

Photo taken by Linh Tran in District 2.

Photo taken by Huong Tran from Tan Binh District.

Photo taken by Tran Ly in District 7.

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