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SES marks 10-year Vic floods anniversary

A decade on from devastating statewide floods, Victoria is weathering another wet summer driven by an active La Nina weather pattern.

The Victorian State Emergency Service has recognised the 10-year anniversary of the 2010/11 floods that caused $1.3 billion damage, sparked evacuations and cut off townships.

A third of the state was hit with flood or storm damage from September 2010 to February 2011, with the SES responding to a whopping 34,000 calls for help.

The La Nina-generated flooding…

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