FRASER Coast residents are being urged to stay calm and stay up to date with the latest weather and flood warnings coming out from the Bureau of Meteorology.
Press release issued by Fraser Coast Regional Council, 24 February 2022.
Mayor George Seymour said with more rain forecast in south-east Queensland and the Wide Bay over the next 24 hours, Council was preparing for a range of possible flood scenarios and was receiving regular modelling from the Bureau on what may happen in our region.
“There is still a degree of uncertainty about what may happen over the coming days as it depends on how much rain falls, when it falls and where it falls. We urge everyone to stay safe, stay calm and stay informed,” he said.
“This is an evolving situation, so please follow the advice of the authorities and stay safe if out on the road. Remember if it’s flooded, forget it.”
Cr Seymour said the bridge on Emery’s Bridge Road at Gundiah and the Tiaro Bridge will close this afternoon, while other roads throughout the region may also be impacted over the next 24 hours and on the weekend.
“Council’s Disaster Dashboard includes information on road conditions while you can also log on to the Department of Transport and Main Roads website – https://qldtraffic.qld.gov.au/ – for information about roads right across Queensland,” he said.
The latest Bureau of Meteorology flood warning for the Mary River is available at – http://www.bom.gov.au/qld/warnings/flood/mary-river.shtml
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