RAINBOW PICS IN MARYBOROUGH MAY 2ND 2015

Yours truly had to be quick to take these photos of a spectular rainbow over Maryborough Qld Australia late in the day of 2nd May 2015.

City hall [Fraser Coast Regional Council] has a rainbow coming from it. Does that mean devine spirits reside there in the form of local politicians & their word is law & we must obey….

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Then we have the golden arches at the end of the rainbow, does that mean maccas is the divine pot of gold at the end of the rainbow..

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Then we have a few more below

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Henry Sapiecha

 

THE TORNADO THAT STRUCK BURRUM HEADS QLD IN JAN 2013

 BUURUM HEADS TORNADO CARNAGE TO BE MADE GOOD

Hillcrest Holiday Park in Burrum Heads is now the focal point of clean-up operations as council, State Emergency Services, and community volunteers slave under the hot sun to put things right.

The Burrum Heads Library has become a centre of community support today, providing breakfast and dinner at 5.30pm.

To combat high temperatures and water shortages, council staff have been distributing free water and sandwiches for those working to restore order in Burrum Heads.

The riverside promenade and a narrow strip 10kms long where the tornado tore through the township Sunday morning remains strewn with smaller debris.

Power and telecommunications have been restored.

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The post office and ATM services have been restored and are operating as usual out of the Burrum Heads Foodworks.

Sourced from the…Fraser Coast Chronicle

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EXPLOSIVE FORCE OF A HURRICANE TORNADO RIPS APART A BURRUM HEADS FRASER COAST QLD HOME & MORE

WHEN IS A HOUSE IN A STATE OF DESTRUCTION BY A TORNADO

WITH an explosive force that tore an entire wall off her home, Ann Roberts was thrown against her bedroom wall by the tornado that struck in the early hours of Sunday.

“We’ve been here for 18 years…I’ve never seen anything like it,” she said.

“It was frightening.”
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Mrs Roberts was in bed with her husband, Barry, when the worst of ex-cyclone Oswald hit Burrum Heads.

She said she had just got out of bed when the windows smashed, sending glass everywhere – including one large shard that embedded itself deeply into the wall just above their bed.

“I go thrown back so hard… it was like an explosion,” Mrs Roberts said.

Along with the extensive damage to their home, Barry said their boat and campervan were also damaged in the storm.

Their story was echoed by many other residents of Burrum Heads on Monday.

Next door, Kevin and Gay Parr also had glass shatter throughout their home.

They said the tornado happened so quickly there was nothing they could do to prepare for it, before it moved on in a narrow path of destruction towards the Hillcrest Caravan Park.
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Some 1500 properties lost power and dozens suffered serious damage such as roofs or walls being torn off by the strong winds.

A number of vehicles and boats were also damaged, with witnesses telling the Chronicle at least three boats were sunk during the storm, including a large local fishing trawler.

Huge trees were snapped in half like twigs and sheets of metal flew through the air until they found something to lodge into.

It was a night Ann will never forget and nor will the rest of Burrum Heads.



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