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Australia: over 4,000 ordered to leave homes as floodwater up with more rain forecast later

 Farm land is seen flooded outside Moree, Northern New South Wales, Australia Friday, Feb. 3, 2012. Helicopters and rescue crews are on standby to eva...
 Flood water is seen in the town of Moree, Northern New South Wales, Australia Friday, Feb. 3, 2012. Helicopters and rescue crews are on standby to ev...

Australia Flooding

Farm land is seen flooded outside Moree, Northern New South Wales, Australia Friday, Feb. 3, 2012. Helicopters and rescue crews are on standby to eva...

Australia Flooding

Flood water is seen in the town of Moree, Northern New South Wales, Australia Friday, Feb. 3, 2012. Helicopters and rescue crews are on standby to ev...









Floods resulted in second victim in eastern Australia and that moreover, over 4,000 people have been ordered an official evacuation to leave their homes as floodwaters has been rising in Australia’s most-populous state, In addition, more rain forecast has been reported later this week.








Flooding spread to New South Wales also caused evacuation about 75 percent resident under threat and another weather is expected that another rain forecast cross the coast north of Sydney as soon as March 7, according to Steve Pearce, deputy commissioner of the NSW State Emergency Service.









“We still can’t discount further evacuations from other towns,” Pearce told Sky News today.








"It's still a very dangerous situation right across the region," State Emergency Service spokesman James McTavish said of the district where more than 1,000 people have been ordered to evacuate their homes.


Updated : 2021-09-17 10:19 GMT+08:00