Traralgon Floods

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Source : https://www.weeklytimesnow.com.au/sport/traralgon-football-club-on-road-to-recovery-after-gippsland-floods/news-story/d70ad24c4dd3ac7d3fe30a8e01f4e38c

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‘Everyone’s evacuating. It’s horrendous’: Traralgon residents brace for second flood

Source:The Age

‘Everyone’s evacuating. It’s horrendous’: Traralgon residents brace for second flood

‘Flood risk easing’: Residents from Traralgon area given all clear to return home

Source:7news

‘Flood risk easing’: Residents from Traralgon area given all clear to return home

Victoria floods: Fears of more flooding at Traralgon as 65,000 without power

Source:News.com.au

Victoria floods: Fears of more flooding at Traralgon as 65,000 without power

‘Devastating’: Traralgon evacuates again as power outage drags on, second body found in flood water

Source:The Age

‘Devastating’: Traralgon evacuates again as power outage drags on, second body found in flood water