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  •   Home > News > Technology

    Tens of thousands of Victorian residents remain without power or telecommunications as heavy rainfall and flooding continue to impact large parts of their state

    Tens of thousands of Victorian residents remain without power or telecommunications as heavy rainfall and flooding continue to impact large parts of their state


    Many communities are without phone coverage and unable to call emergency services.

    More than 56,000 electricity customers have been cut off.

    Repair crews are working to repair gas leaks and power lines from fallen trees in the Dandenong Ranges.

    The flood risk has begun to ease in some parts of the Gippsland and Yarra Ranges.

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