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Topic - Melissa Lovejoy
Thousands of people fled from the path of a monster storm bearing down on northeastern Australia that officials warned Tuesday was almost certain to cause widespread damage and could turn deadly in a state still suffering from massive floods.
Thousands of people fled Tuesday from the path of a monster storm bearing down on northeastern Australia that officials warned was almost certain to cause widespread damage and could turn deadly in a state still suffering from massive floods.
She said the family decided to leave their home near the coast for a friend's place that was sturdier and farther inland after getting a phone call and a text message warning residents to leave by Tuesday night.
"We're in the process of packing up boxes, ... the dogs and the pet snake and getting out of here," Cairns resident Melissa Lovejoy told the Australian Broadcasting Corp.