Floods isolated dozens of cities in Australia's most populous state, New South Wale

The wave of bad weather continues in New South Wales, the most populous state in Australia. The violent rains have given rise to heavy floods that have isolated dozens of cities, forcing the evacuation of over 18,000 people. To create the greatest inconvenience was the overflow of rivers and dams, especially in the surroundings of Sidney, the state capital. Hundreds of people were rescued from the waters, aboard rubber boats, by firefighters, after the heavy floods and floods that isolated dozens of cities in Australia’s most populous state, New South Wale. Thousands of people were evacuated, leaving their homes.

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