Tropical cyclone damage in Australia - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:471688415
Upload date:October 26, 2014

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Damage caused by Tropical Cyclone Yasi, in Cardwell, Australia. TC Yasi struck the Queensland coast as a Category 5 system in the early hours of February 3, 2011, causing significant damage. The worst affected areas included the towns of Innisfail, Mission Beach, Tully and Cardwell.
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