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Emergency services and SP Ausnet responding to Warragul storm damage

Emergency services and SP Ausnet are responding to flooding, fallen trees and power outages as Warragul comes under attack from a severe thunderstorm.

Police are on the scene at Brandy Creek road, where a fallen tree blocked the outbound lane and standing water covers the inbound lane near the Freedom service station.

Electricity supplier SP Ausnet has told customers there have been a number of power outages in the Warragul area.

The company’s incident report service has been inundated with calls as the state bears the brunt of a storm system.

More information as it comes in.

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