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    The awesome and humbling power of nature

    Sydney storms: Collaroy houses flooded, damaged by insane weather | Photos

    King tide and storm combined to clobber the northern beaches suburbs here in Sydney. Catastrophic pool pictures.
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    Re: The awesome and humbling power of nature

    Oooh, that's sad.
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    Re: The awesome and humbling power of nature

    Wow, that is astounding!
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    Re: The awesome and humbling power of nature

    That's tragic for the entire area and all the people. I'm so sorry for everyone and their huge losses. It breaks your heart. Thank you for sharing - I missed this world story. Praying for everyone there.
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    Re: The awesome and humbling power of nature

    Yeh it was incredible and sad stories associated with the storm. They will re-build.

    I was amazed by the concrete pool snapped off it's piers and tossed down like a piece of rubbish, yet still mostly intact including the glass pool fence.
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