FRNSW teams on the way to flood-impacted Eugowra - VIDEO - Central West

Published: 14 Nov 2022 03:55pm

Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) is deploying emergency teams to Eugowra, in the state's Central West, which has been inundated by intense floodwaters, resulting in more than 100 rescues.

A specialist in-water rescue team and a strike team leader left FRNSW headquarters in Sydney this afternoon, bound for the tiny township.

They will be joined by a FRNSW station crew from Hurstville, in Sydney's south, and a strike team redirected from Narrandera, in the state's Riverina.

With roads in and out of Eugowra currently cut-off, the teams will meet in Orange and be sent into the town as soon as possible.

FRNSW teams also continue to assist with clean-up efforts in Forbes, Parkes and Molong, where weather conditions are easing.

EDITORS NOTE: Aerial footage of the Eugowra and Parkes flood zones is available via this web link - [external link]

Updated: 27 Jan 2023 05:20pm

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