Australia begins ‘immense’ clean up as deadly storm subsides
Emergency response personnel have been deployed after a “once-in-a-decade” storm left four dead and millions of dollars in damage in its wake. Property damage estimated at $100 million is likely to increase.
Emergency crews began the “immense task” of cleaning up on Thursday after a “once-in-a-decade” storm slammed eastern Australia for three days, leaving four dead and millions of dollars in damage in its wake.
Hundreds of emergency personnel were deployed throughout the 160-kilometer (100 miles) stretch between Newcastle and the state capital Sydney in the south. The New South Wales state government declared 12 natural disaster areas where special assistance packages would be made available to businesses and homeowners.
Read the full text news in resource site…
Source News: DW