Yesterday's late-morning downpour brought flooding to many parts of the city. In Mid-Levels, a skidding truck dislodged rocks that blocked the Peak Tram line for most of the afternoon. The worst flooding was in Sai Kung, where homes in Nam Wai village were 30cm deep in water. But residents took the deluge in their stride - firemen were not called upon to help. Four other areas were reported to be flooded in the district, where the observatory recorded 61mm of rain between 11.45am and 12.45pm, the Drainage Services Department said. A further nine incidents of flooding were reported elsewhere, mostly in Kowloon. Peak Tram services were halted for five hours after a truck driver lost control of his vehicle and rammed a concrete embankment in May Road at 11am, littering the track with debris. The suspension left a number of disappointed tourists, including a family of four who were visiting from Romania. 'I won't take the bus to get to the Peak because the Peak Tram ride is the real fun,' the father said, vowing to return today to go on the tram. Several other traffic accidents occurred while the amber rainstorm warning was in place between 9.10am and 2.40pm. Drainage Services Department spokesman Robin Lee Kui-biu said most of the flooding was caused by blocked drains. Staff had been sent to clear the blockages he said. The observatory said an active southwesterly monsoon had brought unsettled weather to southern China. More rainfall was expected today, occasionally heavy with squally thunderstorms, according to forecasters.