World news – Trampoline on a roof, tree trunks cut in half as storm hits Sydney

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Published: 02:32 GMT March 20, 2021 | Updated: 02:32 GMT, March 20, 2021

A « mini-tornado » hit western Sydney on a wild day, damaging more than 30 homes, and impacting electricity and traffic.

Firefighters have took care of several damaged roofs and playground equipment in the suburbs of Smithfield and Chester, including a trampoline that ricocheted off the side of a house.

Photos show residents trying to rescue battered roofs and broken fences during the wild Wind blows up trees, halves trucks, and flooded streets.

A storm hit Sydney, damaging more than 30 houses, impacting electricity and traffic, and destroying playground equipment, including a trampoline that ricocheted off the side of a house (picture)

20 firefighters have taken care of several damaged roofs and playground equipment in the suburbs of Smithfield and Chester in western Sydney, including a trampoline (picture)

Photos show residents trying to ramp it up Rescue roofed roofs, broken fences, upturned trees and trunks that have torn through the middle (image)

Millions of Sydney’s residents are expected to stay indoors while the wild storm continues to rage in New South Wales. Pictured: NSW Fire and Rescue takes care of damage after the storm

‘Over 30 houses have been damaged and are currently being examined by 20 firefighters from nearby stations. Electricity and traffic in the area are affected. ‘

A spokesman later dubbed the wild weather event a « mini tornado » and said it left « a trail of destruction damaging multiple properties ».

Millions of Sydney residents are said to be staying indoors during the wilderness New South Wales storm continues.

The rain has plagued Sydney most of the week, but the flood arriving on Saturday will be on a different level, the Bureau of Meteorology warned.

The BoM announced on A severe weather alert issued Saturday morning covering an area from the central north coast to the extreme south coast of NSW as well as Canberra.

The office warned of heavy rainfall that could potentially lead to life-threatening flash floods and noxious winds with an average speed of 60 up to 70 km / h and gusts of more than 90 km / h.

The BoM issued a storm warning on Saturday morning, covering an area from the central north coast to the extreme south coast of NSW as well as Canberra covered. Pictured: A damaged fence in Sydney’s west

The mini-tornado left a trail of destruction in Sydney’s west. Pictured: An upside-down tree

The rain has plagued Sydney for most of the week, but the flood arriving on Saturday will be on another level, the Bureau of Meteorology warned. Pictured: A damaged roof

« Get ready, NSW, heavy rain, dangerous floods and thunderstorms are on the way, » NSW tweeted SES on Saturday morning.

« This will be the difference between something that is considered unpleasant rain could appear, and something that could be quite dangerous and threatening, « BoM’s Agata Imielska told ABC.

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