Angry sea, aquatic fireworks off Sydney’s cliffs: Former global CMO

Former global CMO Deloitte Consulting and Landor David Redhill stated, "Angry sea, aquatic fireworks off Sydney's cliffs and gave an update on the life-threatening floods in Sydney.

Former global CMO Deloitte Consulting and Landor David Redhill stated,
Former global CMO Deloitte Consulting and Landor David Redhill stated, "Angry sea, aquatic fireworks off Sydney's cliffs and gave an update on the life-threatening floods in Sydney.

Sydney, Australia: People in the region of northwest Sydney were commanded to flee their houses amid the night on Sunday, as heavy rains continued to batter the east coast of Australia, triggering floods that caused extensive destruction in the area.

Officials allotted flooding risk and evacuation warnings in about 12 areas in New South Wales (NSW), Sydney.

Former global CMO Deloitte Consulting and Landor David Redhill stated, “Angry sea, aquatic fireworks off Sydney’s cliffs and gave an update on the life-threatening floods in Sydney.

One in one hundred year flood

Another Twitter user stated, “This is what’s going on in the greater Sydney area at the moment. We’ve been hit with heavy rain over the last few days, so there’s been A LOT of flooding. I’m thankfully safe, some roads near me and the creek have lightly flooded, but I’m near the top of a hill. #SydneyFloods.”

Fred Smith tweeted, “Have the coalition cottoned on to the fact that we’re having one in one hundred year events nearly every year. I bet they’ll continue with their climate change inaction.”

Another Twitter user wrote, “#SydneyFloods #NSWFloods People of NSW needing to rebuild their homes after these floods. Don’t expect this Government to have your back. Those who were left homeless due to NSW bush fires are still waiting for assistance. #Homebuilder ends in 10 days #auspol.

Isabel Autumn of Discontent tweeted, “Windsor in 1961 floods with this week’s flooding set to be worse. SES telling residents to prepare to evacuate, Hawkesbury River set to exceed major flood level (12.2 metres) at 9 pm tonight and reach as high as 15.6 metres on Mon afternoon. #sydneyfloods.

What is the situation right now!

Resources revealed another 4,000 people might be asked to leave their homes in the coming days.

The Bureau of Meteorology announced the heavy downpour is set to continue for the rest of Sunday in Sydney and throughout the nation, with some areas anticipated to get up to 200mm (7.9 inches) of rain.

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