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25 Nov 11 Part 2, North East Victorian Floods, 4th and 5th of September, 2010. – ‘Intense Storm intercept’

(for those that just want the storm goto 2:26 ) Footage from a 3 day documentation of the severe weather event from 3rd to 5th of September. We concentrated on the North East areas and filmed in areas from Bendigo to Bright. ‘My Brother and I Intercepted the major storm that released massive rainfall on the Saturday the 4th of September, in the North East region of Victoria. Filmed Up on Apex Lookout [600m above sea level] in Bright Victoria, Australia. Surrounding Alpine areas recorded 135km/h / 84Mph wind gusts from this storm.’ Part III coming soon, Filmed 2 hours after the Storm Intercept. Trees and Debris washed down Ovens River. Myrtleford and Eurobin flood waters, flooded roads and much more.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Tags: 'Intense, 2010, East, Floods, intercept', north, PART, September, Storm, Victorian

Reader's Comments

  1. |

    GO DA SUBIEE

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    Gotta love the subie

  3. |

    fun trip!

  4. |

    @ozthunder oh shit yeah, we were basically stuck on that lookout until the storm had past. it was awesome.

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    Those winds in the second half of the clip are scary