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June 16, 2016
Death toll from Australian storm rises to four
Sydney (AFP) June 7, 2016
The death toll from a powerful storm which lashed Australia's east coast and left homes hanging over the edge of the sea rose to four Tuesday, with three people still missing. Torrential rains caused flooding across New South Wales over the weekend, with three people dying after their vehicles were swept away in rising waters. In Sydney, high winds and huge seas caused coastal erosion which washed away beachfront lawns and damaged homes. The storm then swept south to Victoria and the island ... read more

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