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My relative lives in the northern end of Prince Street. They were evacuated, by the SES, in a Rubber Duckie, for the entire length of the street to Argyle Street, where they transferred to a vehicle. 

Her elevated house flooded, as did the car in the driveway, surrounded by approximately one metre of water. In the 2017 flood the water was over-topping the railway line. Prince Street does flood. 

Bob Phillips, Mullumbimby

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