Hawkesbury River rescue workers deployed from Wisemans Ferry to help flood victims – July 2022

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Hawkesbury River rescue workers deployed from Wisemans Ferry to help flood victims – July 2022” – below is their description.

NSW Flood: The flood rescue crews have to be agile, sometimes a supply delivery quickly turns into an evacuation as families attempt to get their children out to stay with relatives on dry land. 7NEWS journalist Andrea Nicolas reports from Wisemans Ferry.

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