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Avoid Dry Dock Rd, it's flooded over say police

A picnic table goes under as flood water rise in Tweed Heads South on Monday, January 28, 2013.
A picnic table goes under as flood water rise in Tweed Heads South on Monday, January 28, 2013. Conal Healy

POLICE have advised drivers in Tweed Heads South to avoid Dry Dock Rd.

There's water across the road near Lloyd St and the intersection of Minjungbal Dr.

Tweed council are attending.

Police have also echoed comments from the SES to stay at home.

Topics:  tweed flood 2013, tweed flooding



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