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Date: 01/27/20 16:08
Queensland (aust) flooding
Author: DKay

''tAnd a train narrowly avoided disaster near Charters Towers when its driver stopped just in time before a rail bridge that was at risk of collapsing after heavy rain.=inheritThe train was travelling along the Townsville to Mount Isa line yesterday when it was forced to stop before the bridge at Prairie.=inheritA Queensland Rail spokesperson said the train was moved to dry ground but the line remains closed.=inheritRepair crews have yet to reach the site because of floodwater, they said.''


Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/27/20 16:08 by DKay.

Date: 01/27/20 17:00
Re: Queensland (aust) flooding
Author: MP107

That had to be exciting for the crew!

Date: 01/27/20 17:00
Re: Queensland (aust) flooding
Author: pedrop

So, after the fires came the floods...

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Pedro Rezende
Vespasiano, MG
Minas Gerais Railways

Date: 01/27/20 18:01
Re: Queensland (aust) flooding
Author: SP4360

Pucker factor 11, bet the driver was tasting vinyl. Glad he got it stopped.

Date: 01/27/20 18:15
Re: Queensland (aust) flooding
Author: DKay

pedrop Wrote:
> So, after the fires came the floods...
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Pedro.The north east is under water,the south east is on fire.It has been a rough summer down here.

Date: 01/27/20 21:10
Re: Queensland (aust) flooding
Author: MitchGDRMCo

It's flooding where it hasn't been on fire unfortunately.

Date: 01/28/20 15:54
Re: Queensland (aust) flooding
Author: jmt

Date: 01/28/20 16:46
Re: Queensland (aust) flooding
Author: Chad

Did they really think going across that was a good idea?

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