Monday, 14 May 2018 13:01

Like nothing we've ever seen before

Ollie van den Berg, Ava and Keira van muijlwijk visited Kingston Beach on Friday, May 11, to inspect the strange looking equipment which turned out to be from Huon Aquaculture’s pens in Storm Bay. Waves reportedly over 11 metres washed two of them onto the beach during Thursday’s night’s storm. Ollie van den Berg, Ava and Keira van muijlwijk visited Kingston Beach on Friday, May 11, to inspect the strange looking equipment which turned out to be from Huon Aquaculture’s pens in Storm Bay. Waves reportedly over 11 metres washed two of them onto the beach during Thursday’s night’s storm.

Emergency Service crews were kept busy on Thursday night, May 10 and Friday, May 11, after Kingborough along with the south of the state experienced the worst weather it has seen in decades.
The Hobart area received 129.2 mm of rain in the 24 hours to 9am Friday (43.4 mm in one hour from 10-11pm), with Leslie Vale receiving a record 226mm. For the full article pick up a copy of this week's Kingborough Chronicle (Tuesday, May 15, 2018)

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