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Murray River flood watch update

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October 14, 2016

Flood water at Warren St.

SES have been busy sandbagging in preparation for the floods across the region.

The Murray River has crept up the old kiosk at the Port of Echuca.

Riverboat Dock.

Onlookers take photos at the sight of Riverboat Dock.

Moama's skate park.

The playground on Campaspe Espl has been inundated with water.

Vic Park boat ramp.

Vic Park boat ramp.

Vic Park boat ramp.

Campaspe Espl surrounded by flood water.

The playground on Campaspe Espl has been inundated with water.

Riverboat Dock.

SES have been busy sandbagging in preparation for the floods across the region.

SES have been busy sandbagging in preparation for the floods across the region.

Flood water at Warren St.

Latham Rd.

Horseshoe Lagoon, Moama.

Discovery Parks - Maidens Inn, Moama.

Merool.

The road has been closed a Sutton Rd, Echuca.

Torrumbarry Weir shot from the sky.

THE Murray River at Echuca-Moama was set to reach its peak today at 93.5m, which is minor flood level.

SES said at that height a number of caravan parks would be affected
by water.

Meanwhile, the Torrumbarry Weir is expected to reach 7.9m on Monday with major flooding.

Tracks will become impassable and caravaners and campers may become trapped if they do not leave the area.
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