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Once in a century flooding gives Queensland an unexpected sequel

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Once in a century flooding gives Queensland an unexpected sequel




Posted on January 27, 2013 by The Extinction Protocol





January 27, 2013AUSTRALIA - Thousands
of Brisbane and Ipswich residents face days of uncertainty as swollen
creeks and rivers deliver a “double whammy” for the second time in just
over two years. Intense rainfall directly over the Wivenhoe Dam
catchment was yesterday blamed for the sudden change in outlook for the
southeast corner, which had been expected to avoid a repeat of the
devastating 2011 floods. Falls of another 100mm are now projected to
cause the Brisbane and Bremer rivers to breach their banks over 24 hours
from midnight tonight, with a second dose of flooding to flow into
tomorrow and Wednesday. Parts of Brisbane were already flooded last
night, with four people rescued from an Ashgrove property after a
torrent of water trapped them in their home on Mossvale St. Police said
the street had been evacuated early in the evening, but residents of the
house decided to stay behind before becoming concerned by rising water
and calling for help. Preparing for the worst, more than 100 cars lined
up for sandbags at Newmarket SES depot. Ex-Cyclone Oswald’s march down
the Queensland coast left a trail of destruction and caused flash
flooding throughout the weekend. But in a dramatic few hours late
yesterday, authorities revealed the worst was not over. More than 5000
homes and businesses across Brisbane are now expected to flood over the
next few days, including in suburbs such as Rocklea, Rosalie, Milton and
Auchenflower, which were hit hard in 2011. But areas not flooded in
2011 are also now in the firing line, with creeks rising across the city
along with the Brisbane River. In Ipswich, 400 properties are expected
to face some flooding in Brassall, Bundamba, Goodna, Churchill, Moores
Pocket, North Boovall and West Ipswich. He stressed the looming flood
event would be “a far far lesser event than 2011. That’s why people need
to just be calm, look at the (flood) maps first, have a big think and
then decide what to do,” the Premier said. –News





  

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