More flood refugees.
Residents in New South Wales have faced the largest flood emergency in state history this week, as more personnel and volunteers from across the world join rescue and relief efforts.
Weeks of rain in the Central West region of New South Wales caused the Wyangala Dam to spill over on Monday, causing a ripple-effect of overflowing rivers close to regional communities.
Many regions have been left in ruins as 230,000 megalitres per day poured out of the dam, combining with heavy rainfall across the state to cause the devastation.
Footage shows water flowing through the country like an “inland tsunami“.
Weather radars showed rain sweeping across large parts of the state prior to this occurring:
Hundreds more homes are expected to go under this week and more than 1,000 people have been evacuated as flood levels rose faster than expected overnight on Monday.
New South Wales authorities have declared the disaster the largest in state history, with volunteers are coming from New Zealand, the US and Singapore to assist.
“We’ve had overseas volunteers from right around the world when it comes to fighting fires but my understanding is this is the first time we’ve had it with floods and I want to thank them,” NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet said.
A map of rivers across central parts of the state highlights the severity of rising waters:
Residents in the regions of Forbes, Cowra, Canowindra, Eugowra and Bathurst are among those impacted.
Here is a collection of footage from citizens on-the-ground in the regions:
FORBES IN SHOCK
There are many more smaller villages and communities also impacted that would make this piece too long.
Residents in the impacted communities are now coming to terms with the events, including dedicating efforts to clean ups, livestock missions, emergency housing and more.
Images show the force of the waters that came through and left a path of mayhem in their wake.
Much of the discussion on social media from the alternative communities has been around geoengineering and weather manipulation, with many suspecting more foul play.
We were recently joined by weather modification expert Jim Lee to discuss cloud seeding and floods, government programs and more, for citizens to make their own informed choice on the matter.
The saddening scenes are reminiscent of the devastation caused earlier this year in the Northern NSW regions, such as Lismore, and just a few months ago near the Sydney region.
Interestingly, the sheer amount of rain across the Central West has now caused it to snow in southern parts of the state today, as NSW RFS describes the events as “weather gone crazy”.
It certainly does make you think, and the ingredients and rewards are all there.
Of course, the mainstream narrative says this is a inevitable result of ‘climate change’.
We send our love and prayers to all citizens in the thick of this disaster.
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