32000 people of Sydney in trouble due to heavy rain in Australia, asked to leave home

Heavy rain in Australia
Heavy rain in Australia
Khushbu Kumari

Dominic Perrot, the Prime Minister of the state of New South Wales, said 32,000 people were affected by the evacuation order. Some areas between Wollongong, south of Sydney, have received more than a meter (39 inches) of rain in the past 24 hours.

More than 32,000 people living in and around Sydney in Australia are at risk of leaving their homes. They have been asked to be ready to leave their homes for fear of severe floods due to torrential rains. The torrential rains here since Friday have filled dams and breached embankments of rivers, leaving five million people in the city facing a flood emergency for the fourth time in one-and-a-half years.

'We have new information that this time the floods are expected to be worse than the floods that hit these areas 18 months ago,' Emergency Management Minister Murray Watt said. Dominic Perrot, the Prime Minister of the state of New South Wales, said 32,000 people were affected by the evacuation order.

Australia's Bureau of Meteorology manager Jane Golding said that some areas between Newcastle, north of Sydney and Wollongong, south of Sydney, received more than a meter (39 inches) of rain in the past 24 hours . happened. Some areas received more than 1.5 meters (59 in) of rainfall.

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