I had thought my home town, on top of a mountain range, would be immune from the flooding that has hit so many other areas. Still trying to accept the following scenes. It’s not the steadily rising waters that have hit other places, but a flash flood that went as quickly as it came, even washing away cars in the main street, and it all happened so suddenly that some were unable to escape with their lives. I’m now living in Melbourne way down at southern end of Australia away from the flooding, but still own a house only only ten minutes walk from several scenes pictured in the linked news story. Naturally am concerned about everyone there, especially people I know, but still mostly trying to take in scenes and tragedy the city has never seen before. Devastating.
Seven dead as raging torrent swamps Toowoomba (ABC news story)
and the Video of a rescue of one lucky fellow
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