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2022-04-05
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Large parts of the region remain underwater and residents have barely started to clean up after floods which killed nine people and damaged more than 17,000 homes and businesses.

The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) is warning the next 48 hours will bring with it storms that are “dangerous and potentially life-threatening”:1617631040216,, further exacerbating the situation of already saturated catchments across the state’s southeast.

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Jazmin Chartres is in the process of cleaning up her flood damaged property in the suburb of Auchenflower in BrisbaneThe construction o. Source: AAP / AAP

BOM forecaster Laura Boekel said parts of Brisbane recorded 48mm of rain in just 30 minutes on Thursday.

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