Pluies torrentielles et inondations à Sydney - 28/11/2018

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Pluies torrentielles et inondations à Sydney

Pluies torrentielles et inondations à Sydney

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RESTRICTION SUMMARY: NO ACCESS AUSTRALIA

SHOTLIST:

CHANNEL 9 – NO ACCESS AUSTRALIA

Sydney – 28 November 2018

1. Tracking shot of drivers driving through heavy rain

2. Various of cars, including a police vehicle, driving through flooded roads

3. Garbage bin floating through floodwaters

4. Police and fire truck, heavy rain

AuBC – NO ACCESS AUSTRALIA

Sydney - 28 November 2018

5. Various of rain in Sydney Harbour

6. Various of flooded road

7. Road closed sign

8. Various of flooded weir

9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Corboy, New South Wales State Assistant Police Commissioner:

"We've had storm events before in New South Wales (state), we've had storm events in Sydney before but not this widespread, not over this continuing period of time. We've had in excess of a hundred millimetres of rain already in some areas of Sydney, but one of the things we're happening is the rain is flooding different areas at different times."

10. Various of damaged building

11. SOUNDBITE (English) Greg Transell, building manager:

"We heard enormous amount of rain start and very high winds and then as I started to go upstairs to see if there was any damage upstairs, and the next minute, an almighty bang and it ripped panels off the roof in the warehouse and then ripped the side of the building behind the corner of our boardroom and some of the offices and ripped the panels out and the whole aluminum panels."

12. Downed tree

13. Sydney airport control tower

14. Various of electronic departures board showing cancelled and delayed flights

15. Passengers in terminal

16. Planes on runway

STORYLINE:

One person was killed in a car crash and two police officers injured after torrential rain lashed Sydney, Australia, early on Wednesday.

A series of storms swept over a large area of the New South Wales state, wreaking havoc to the morning commute in the country's largest city, with flash flooding inundating roads and delaying flights.

State Emergency Services rescued 12 people from floodwaters and responded to over 500 calls for help, according to local media.

A tree fell on the two police officers who were trying to help stranded motorists, police said.

One officer was in serious condition while the other received minor injuries, police said.

Almost 130 domestic flights were cancelled out of Sydney airport and one of the runways was closed due to heavy rains and strong winds.

Officials said the city received 118 millimetres of rain in a few hours, more than the average of the entire month of November.

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