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Fourth body located in during Lismore flood operation

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NSW Police say that a fourth body has been found in Lismore during the ongoing flood operation.

Shortly after 2pm yesterday, (Wednesday, March 2), volunteers from NSW SES were conducting rescue and recovery operations when they attended a unit block on Cromer Street, South Lismore.

Upon arrival, the body of a man believed to be aged in his 70s was located inside a flooded unit; he is yet to be formally identified.

Officers from Richmond Police District have attended and established a crime scene.

A report will be prepared for the information of the Coroner.


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