Cyclone Debbie-Thousands without Power in Queensland Australia
Cyclone Debbie-Thousands without Power in Queensland Australia, cyclone Debbie leaves hell in north-eastern Australia.
This morning were 68,000 people gone without power. Many streets are closed in the cities of Townsville and Mackay. More than 1,000 people help with the repairs, but it is still raining hard, making it very difficult work.
Boats by the force of cyclone Debbie thrown against the quay in the Australian Airlie Beach.
Communication is not possible:
In the state of Queensland, where Debbie came ashore, more than 800 people have asked for help. Probably more people need help, but communication is not possible in some parts of the state.
The Australian authorities had before the hurricane hit the coast, 30,000 people called to leave their homes. It was the largest evacuation since 1974. When Cyclone Tracy devastated large parts of the city of Darwin.