‘We’re not out of the woods’: Gladys Berejiklian warns millions of a ‘major, prolonged weather event’ with rain to continue unabated until THURSDAY
Millions in New South Wales will endure a ‘major, prolonged weather event’ as hundreds of homes are evacuated during record rainfall, Gladys Berejiklian has warned.
The NSW premier staged an emergency press conference on Saturday afternoon to beg families to stay at home, warning the rain wouldn’t stop until Thursday or Friday.
‘The last time we got major floods in the NSW the weather event passed in two or three days, unfortunately, this will be a deep-seated, extreme weather event,’ she said.
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