Western Australia is facing a “once in a century” flooding event caused by a severe weather system named Ellie, which brought heavy rain to the area. The flooding is being described as the worst in the state’s history. Military helicopters are being used to airlift people from communities that have become cut off by the floods. The water has covered vast areas, with some flood waters stretching for 50 kilometers. The event once again highlights the importance of being prepared for such natural disasters, not just for the present but also for the future.
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