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Shane Fitzsimmons Feb 6
With significant focus shifting from fires to floods, the State Operations Centre has now been reconfigured to operate as the Sydney Zone Operations Centre in support of state-wide flood operations.
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Shane Fitzsimmons Feb 9
Caught up with the crews getting ready to go out and assist again today. Like so many other brigades across storm and rain affected areas of NSW, a quick change of role from fire fighting to storm and flood damage. Thanks again all
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Dr Darren Koppel Feb 9
Proud moment. The SES in the Illawarra have just issued the all clear on Lake Illawarra flooding. We've recorded the second highest lake height since the gauge was installed in 1991 and what I suspect is record breaking rainfall totals.
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Department of Defence Feb 9
Replying to @NSWSES
In NSW, supported the & local authorities in preparing 1700 sandbags in Taree and Wauchope in response to the flooding risk in the region. Teams also supported in preparing & distributing sandbags for communities in Bega, Bermagui, Eden and Merimbula.
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Dan Feb 8
From ops centre to ops centre overnight. I’m an RFS officer who usually manages fires, a week later I’m assigned to SES as a DIC managing floods and storms. The community doesn’t care which badge we wear, agencies work together to help.
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ACT ESA Jan 20
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Shane Fitzsimmons Feb 29
Popped in to Shoalhaven FCC on the way back to Sydney. Nice to catch up with some comms members on duty and a couple of new members joining the team. Also caught up with local members doing some training for new members. Great to see new volunteers joining.
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NSW SES Feb 16
Holy Molly Molly the dog was rescued today from the top of the lookout in Mittagong. Might be the last time Molly will chase after a rabbit. Molly is a rescue dog and was very happy to return to flat ground and be reunited with her owner.
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NSW SES Feb 10
All Clear issued for Georges River. It is now safe to return to the following areas: Bankstown Aerodrome, East Hills, Holsworthy, Milperra, Picnic point, Pleasure Point & Sandy Point. More info here
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NSW SES Strathfield Unit Feb 8
🚨⛈🌧⛈🚨 Our Storm team is out responding to storm & wind damage. For emergency assistance in storms & floods call the on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies call triple zero (000). Stay safe .
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Mitchell Hall Feb 8
thank you for acting so quickly to help my parents.
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NSW SES Strathfield Unit Feb 9
Earlier today our Storm crew attended a home in where water was coming into the home. For emergency help in floods & storms call the on 132 500. For life threatening emergencies call 000 (triple zero).
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Chubb Jan 16
In the midst of , Chubb team members are volunteering their time. We’re grateful for Michelle (left) a Sydney employee, who was deployed with the NSW State Emergency Service in a logistics role during the bushfire crisis.
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Lisyd Feb 10
the sun is shining now - more ahead. Don’t drive through
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Sutton SES Jan 10
A Flood Amongst the Fires. With fires all around, a main water tank burst in Cooma. Our members responded as part of a task force with surrounding units, including our Deputy Commander John Ellis as the SES task force commander.
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NSW SES Feb 13
Lots of current . For info on impact & staying safe For warnings
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Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales Mar 5
⚠️ Minor to Moderate Flood Warning issued for River. See for details and updates; follow advice from .
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NSW SES West Sydney Jan 20
A Super Cell has tracked through Sutherland Shire leaving a trail of destruction, worse affected areas are & . The has received over 530 calls from across Sydney. 100 Complete 430 outstanding.
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scanSydney Feb 9
- photo courtesy of The Oaks RFS shows flooding in Argyle Street Picton. BOM reporting at 8:30pm Stonequarry Creek at 5.8m!
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scanSydney Feb 8
Current Sydney radar image as of 2:40pm - Rainfall since 9am this morning =44mm =68mm =78mm - very strong winds of up to 60km/h in some areas
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