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Severe weather wreaks havoc in Australia

Severe weather wreaks havoc in Australia

Extreme weather is raging in the northwest region of Australia, many settlements are inundated due to flooding, and the reign has caused power outages in many places.

Emergency Management Minister Murray Watt said on Australian Broadcasting Corporation on Thursday that it could be weeks before flooded roads reopen in the Kimberley region in and around the small town of Fitzroy Crossing. The army is mobilized to help people living in flood-affected areas. The authorities set up reception centers in the city of Broome for those who had to leave their homes because of their sentence.

Australian electric company Horizon Power announced: As a precautionary measure, electricity has been cut off in the affected area due to the extremely high water level.

There have also been reports of extreme weather events from other parts of Australia. More than 200,000 lightning strikes were observed in eastern Queensland on Wednesday night, with thousands of people without power north of Brisbane due to the storm. 9News Radio reported.

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In the southwestern part of the country, in the federal state of Western Australia, a bushfire has raged around the town of Newlands, which authorities say they are not yet able to control.

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