World news – SES NSW evacuation warning


The Bureau of Meteorology predicts the Macleay River in Kempsey will peak near 6.29 m on Saturday at 6:00 a.m.

This may cause the CBD Kempsey levees are beginning to flood the Kempsey CBD and Eden Street areas, including low-lying land east of the railroad north of Frederickton.

As a result, residents and visitors to these areas should take action now to identify possible Prepare for the effects of flooding, including the potential breach of the Kempsey CBD levee.

NSW SES advises residents of low-lying areas in the following locations that they must be evacuated due to rising floods.

Low-lying properties can be evacuated have an impact due to flash floods and / or river floods. Storm and flood impacts can disrupt vital services like electricity, telephone, internet, water and sewage.

People in these areas need to closely monitor weather and road closures and make informed decisions early on based on individual circumstances.

A flood evacuation order is issued by the NSW SES if evacuations are required.

Where to go if evacuation is required? Wherever possible, people should go to family or friends or make other accommodation arrangements. If you are unable, an evacuation center has been set up.

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