Apparently there was at least one bull shark spotted swing down main street in Goodna.
Plenty of pictures and videos of places like Brisbane up at http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2011 ... 111726.htm
Must suck to be the owner of the house at the very bottom of the hill.
Several houses in the picture alone has been affected to varying degrees. I just wonder if any houses will be built/rebuilt in low spots like that later.
Not sure if it's because I'm not actually there to experience it first hand but that would seem pretty cool to just watch.
No it would not be cool to watch if you meant in a fun way especially but sad actually as the owners of the houses and business will have lost them (or have lots of work if salvageable) along with things inside. Also lost financially depending on insurance coverage and or whether they get any money compensation in end.
I live where flooding can happen almost every year to varying degrees whether minor or localized or major and in different parts as it can be due to a main river and/or overland flooding mainly due to rapid melt of snow in spring on already wet ground. I really hope the large amount of snow on ground melts slowly this spring as the ground was wet when the snow was dumped. Farms that plant crops often times get hit hard by overland flooding and even if there is no flooding the ground may still be soaked for a while.