NSW SES responds to storms and floods

NSW State Emergency Service volunteers have responded to some 100 calls for assistance as wild weather hits parts of the state.

Since 5pm Friday 23 October, NSW SES volunteers have attended to requests for assistance ranging from fallen trees, damaged roofs and floods in various parts of the state due to storms and heavy rain.

Among these have been responses by volunteers to a flood in a small town in Tumbarumba, which is south-west of ACT.

Volunteers have worked with the local Snowy Valleys Council to assist the community.

NSW SES would like to remind communities right across the state to stay vigilant over the next few days as storms are likely to occur.

People are encouraged to visit the Bureau of Meteorology’s website

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