Food trucked to Rocky ahead of flood

Food trucked to Rocky ahead of flood

Rockhampton : Australia | Dec 30, 2010 at 6:12 PM PST
Source: Sydney Morning Herald
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Story continues below It's tipped to rise to 9.4 metres, and possibly beyond, on Tuesday and Rockhampton Mayor Brad Carter says essentials, including bread, milk and fresh meat, have already sold out in many stores in the town. He told AAP there was a small window of opportunity to get new stock in before... FULL ARTICLE AT Sydney Morning Herald
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Flood-affected victims rush towards a truck carrying relief food
Flood-affected victims rush towards a truck carrying relief food
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