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Quokka numbers surge following northcliffe fire

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Quokka numbers surge following northcliffe fire

Quokka numbers surge following northcliffe fire

JOURNALISTS David Johnston, left, and David Hulsey, right, stand in a car damaged in the crash near Yambahangir. Picture: Andrew Ellinghausen A car is p카지노 무료 쿠폰artially submerged in Yambahan로투스 바카라 분석gir when it was hit by a train. Picture: Andrew Ellinghausen The two students are both on their way to college to study for degree equivalence. P카지노 로얄 토렌트icture: Andrew Ellinghausen A pedestrian walks in a blocked section of St Patrick’s Cathedral after a train collided with it at Northcliffe on June 2, 2017. Photo: Mike Meagher The two women were going to college in the New South Wales Lower North Shore before the crash. Picture: Andrew Ellinghausen Photo: Mike Meagher Two people walk through debris after a train slammed into them in a busy street. Picture: Andrew Ellinghausen Photo: Andrew Ellinghausen Photo: Mike Meagher Two people run past a burning train car after it collided with two cars at Northcliffe in Brisbane on June 2, 2017. Photo: Michael Clayton The girl was going for a swim on a busy street, when she was hit. She lost her balance and fell over. Picture: Andrew Ellinghausen Photo: Mike Meagher A passenger tries to walk through the debris. Photo: Mike Meagher One person walks past debris. Picture: Mike Meagher The fire tore through the streets of Northcliffe and the train crash site. Picture: Andrew Ellinghausen Photo: Mike Meagher A man walks around the crash site, where residents were evacuated. Picture: Mike Meagher Photo: Andrew Ellinghausen Another passenger looks out the window in a car damaged in the crash. Picture: Andrew Ellinghausen Photo: Mike Meagher A woman walks with her daughter as a helicopter surveys the scene. Picture: Andrew Ellinghausen A man is assisted out of a burning car after the car collided with a train. Picture: Andrew Ellinghausen Photo: Mike Meagher A paramedic works at the crash site. Picture: Mike Meagher A police officer works at the scene of the train crash. Picture: Andrew Ellinghausen A paramedic works at the scene of the train crash. Picture: Andrew Ellinghausen A police officer looks at debris as they investigate the scene of the crash. Picture: Mike Meagher Picture: Mike Meagher Emergency services stand over the scene as firefighters from multiple agencies arrive. Picture: Jeff Overs/The Australian The emergency services were on th

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