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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The storm that hit the metropolitan region of Rio de Janeiro yesterday afternoon, December 23rd, has moved into the Atlantic Ocean but has left pockets of water that hinder displacement in various transport modes.

Major roads in the city such as Brasil, Ayrton Senna, and Pastor Martin Luther King Jr. avenues show an accumulation of water on the pavement. In the south zone, the neighborhoods of Catete and Botafogo are also affected.

On Brasil Avenue, the issue was found around Caju, Benfica, Olaria, and Cordovil. Ayrton Senna, on the other hand, was affected by the waterfront . . .

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