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Flood photos: Tweed cops a battering, share your pictures

Heidi Ledwell hopes for better weather at her Fingal art gallery.
Heidi Ledwell hopes for better weather at her Fingal art gallery. Blainey Woodham

UPDATED,10.25pm Thursday: The Tweed shire is now mopping up after flood waters inundated the shire and cut off areas.

Here is a collection of pictures taken around Tweed Heads, Tweed Heads South and Coolangatta since Monday.

We're also asking readers to send in their pics of the devastation and will continue to update the photo galleries below with fresh pictures as they come in.

Send in your photos and we'll add them to this gallery. Simply click on the "Submit your image to this gallery" link below this sentence, or, click on on "View full gallery" and follow the prompts to upload.  

 

TWEED FLOODS: THURSDAY, DAY 4

 

TWEED FLOODS: WEDNESDAY, DAY 3

 

TWEED FLOODS: TUESDAY, DAY 2

 

TWEED FLOODS: MONDAY, DAY 1

 

FLOOD PICS FROM READERS

Topics:  tweed flood 2013, tweed flooding



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