Wet weather caused a busy 24 hours for the State Emergency Service.
The Moruya team responded to six cries for help. Four leaking roofs, a tree down over the road in Narooma and a tree down on power lines at Moruya Heads.
The team said they were thankful for the opportunity to practice with personnel, procedures and equipment, but were also thankful the incidents were minor.
“It was a worthwhile exercise to run through our processes,” a spokesperson said.
“Once again we are thankful of our geographical low vulnerability to extreme weather, the sound Council and other infrastructures and the resilience of our community.”
The spokesperson cautioned residents who may feel the worst of the weather is over.
“Please temper this with appreciation that the combination of very high tides, plus an off shore ridge and low pressure cells may lead to rain and flooding that can't be known,” the spokesperson said.
“We learnt this just over 3 years ago with a weather event at Narooma.”
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