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Fallen trees and leaking roofs cause issues for DFES

Gareth Parker
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Rockingham and Mandurah were the hardest hit areas after a storm front swept over Perth late Tuesday afternoon.

The Department of Fire Emergency Services had received around 300-400 calls for help overnight with leaking roofs and fallen trees the main issues.

While the Bureau of Meteorology gave us some positive news telling 6PR Breakfast the worst is over.

Click PLAY to hear the reports. 

Steve the garbo had a plea for Perth residents….
“Got out and check them [bins] and make sure they’re up, we’re having a hell of a time out here in the City of Canning. Bins everywhere.”

Gareth Parker
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