Torrential rain triggers flash floods in Sydney

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Torrential rain triggers flash floods in Sydney” – below is their description.

Australia’s largest city, Sydney, is facing its fourth flooding emergency in 18 months after days of torrential rain caused dams to overflow.

Tens of thousands have been evacuated, with flood levels continuing to rise.

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