В Австралии под воду уходят города

11 Января 2011, 12:26

Наводнение унесло жизни 8 человек, 72 пропали без вести. Фото AFP

This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre in the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows a family waiting to be rescued from the roof of their house as flash floods inundated the city of Toowoomba on January 11, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows flash floods inundating farmland near the city of Toowoomba on January 10, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / CHANNEL 9" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A screen grab image taken on January 11, 2010 from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 shows flood waters surrounding the city of Toowoomba. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 7 , This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER
This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre in the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows a family waiting to be rescued from the roof of their house as flash floods inundated the city of Toowoomba on January 11, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows flash floods inundating farmland near the city of Toowoomba on January 10, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / CHANNEL 9" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A screen grab image taken on January 11, 2010 from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 shows flood waters surrounding the city of Toowoomba. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 7 , This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging across the railway tracks towards shops as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging through streets, inundating the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flash floods described as an "inland tsunami" smashing through mountainside Toowoomba, sweeping away entire houses. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER
This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre in the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows a family waiting to be rescued from the roof of their house as flash floods inundated the city of Toowoomba on January 11, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows flash floods inundating farmland near the city of Toowoomba on January 10, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9
This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre in the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows a family waiting to be rescued from the roof of their house as flash floods inundated the city of Toowoomba on January 11, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows flash floods inundating farmland near the city of Toowoomba on January 10, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / CHANNEL 9" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A screen grab image taken on January 11, 2010 from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 shows flood waters surrounding the city of Toowoomba. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 7 , This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging across the railway tracks towards shops as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging through streets, inundating the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flash floods described as an "inland tsunami" smashing through mountainside Toowoomba, sweeping away entire houses. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows the appropriately named Water Street being submerged by flash floods described as an "inland tsunami" smashing through mountainside Toowoomba, sweeping away entire houses. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER
This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre in the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows a family waiting to be rescued from the roof of their house as flash floods inundated the city of Toowoomba on January 11, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows flash floods inundating farmland near the city of Toowoomba on January 10, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / CHANNEL 9" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A screen grab image taken on January 11, 2010 from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 shows flood waters surrounding the city of Toowoomba. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 7 , This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging across the railway tracks towards shops as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER
This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre in the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows a family waiting to be rescued from the roof of their house as flash floods inundated the city of Toowoomba on January 11, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows flash floods inundating farmland near the city of Toowoomba on January 10, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / CHANNEL 9" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A screen grab image taken on January 11, 2010 from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 shows flood waters surrounding the city of Toowoomba. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 7 , This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging across the railway tracks towards shops as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging through streets, inundating the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flash floods described as an "inland tsunami" smashing through mountainside Toowoomba, sweeping away entire houses. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows the appropriately named Water Street being submerged by flash floods described as an "inland tsunami" smashing through mountainside Toowoomba, sweeping away entire houses. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flash flooding in the streets of the Queensland town of Toowoomba. Nine people died and 66 were missing after flash floods swept the hill region in eastern Australia, a senior official said, revising earlier tolls. AFP PHOTO / ALICIA MORRISON , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows damage, including part of a washed away road (L), caused by flash flooding in the Queensland town of Toowoomba. Nine people died and 66 were missing after flash floods swept the hill region in eastern Australia, a senior official said, revising earlier tolls. AFP PHOTO / ALICIA MORRISON , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows cars inundated by flash flooding in the Queensland town of Toowoomba. Nine people died and 66 were missing after flash floods swept the hill region in eastern Australia, a senior official said, revising earlier tolls. AFP PHOTO / ALICIA MORRISON
This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre in the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows a family waiting to be rescued from the roof of their house as flash floods inundated the city of Toowoomba on January 11, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows flash floods inundating farmland near the city of Toowoomba on January 10, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / CHANNEL 9" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A screen grab image taken on January 11, 2010 from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 shows flood waters surrounding the city of Toowoomba. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 7 , This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging across the railway tracks towards shops as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging through streets, inundating the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flash floods described as an "inland tsunami" smashing through mountainside Toowoomba, sweeping away entire houses. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows the appropriately named Water Street being submerged by flash floods described as an "inland tsunami" smashing through mountainside Toowoomba, sweeping away entire houses. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flash flooding in the streets of the Queensland town of Toowoomba. Nine people died and 66 were missing after flash floods swept the hill region in eastern Australia, a senior official said, revising earlier tolls. AFP PHOTO / ALICIA MORRISON , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows damage, including part of a washed away road (L), caused by flash flooding in the Queensland town of Toowoomba. Nine people died and 66 were missing after flash floods swept the hill region in eastern Australia, a senior official said, revising earlier tolls. AFP PHOTO / ALICIA MORRISON , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows cars inundated by flash flooding in the Queensland town of Toowoomba. Nine people died and 66 were missing after flash floods swept the hill region in eastern Australia, a senior official said, revising earlier tolls. AFP PHOTO / ALICIA MORRISON , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows damage caused by flash flooding in the Queensland town of Toowoomba. Nine people died and 66 were missing after flash floods swept the hill region in eastern Australia, a senior official said, revising earlier tolls. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / ALICIA MORRISON
This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre in the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows a family waiting to be rescued from the roof of their house as flash floods inundated the city of Toowoomba on January 11, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows flash floods inundating farmland near the city of Toowoomba on January 10, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / CHANNEL 9" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A screen grab image taken on January 11, 2010 from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 shows flood waters surrounding the city of Toowoomba. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 7
This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre in the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows a family waiting to be rescued from the roof of their house as flash floods inundated the city of Toowoomba on January 11, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows flash floods inundating farmland near the city of Toowoomba on January 10, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / CHANNEL 9" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A screen grab image taken on January 11, 2010 from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 shows flood waters surrounding the city of Toowoomba. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 7 , This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging across the railway tracks towards shops as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging through streets, inundating the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flash floods described as an "inland tsunami" smashing through mountainside Toowoomba, sweeping away entire houses. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows the appropriately named Water Street being submerged by flash floods described as an "inland tsunami" smashing through mountainside Toowoomba, sweeping away entire houses. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flash flooding in the streets of the Queensland town of Toowoomba. Nine people died and 66 were missing after flash floods swept the hill region in eastern Australia, a senior official said, revising earlier tolls. AFP PHOTO / ALICIA MORRISON
This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre in the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows a family waiting to be rescued from the roof of their house as flash floods inundated the city of Toowoomba on January 11, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows flash floods inundating farmland near the city of Toowoomba on January 10, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / CHANNEL 9" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A screen grab image taken on January 11, 2010 from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 shows flood waters surrounding the city of Toowoomba. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 7 , This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER
This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre in the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER
This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre in the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows a family waiting to be rescued from the roof of their house as flash floods inundated the city of Toowoomba on January 11, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows flash floods inundating farmland near the city of Toowoomba on January 10, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / CHANNEL 9" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A screen grab image taken on January 11, 2010 from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 shows flood waters surrounding the city of Toowoomba. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 7 , This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging across the railway tracks towards shops as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging through streets, inundating the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flash floods described as an "inland tsunami" smashing through mountainside Toowoomba, sweeping away entire houses. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows the appropriately named Water Street being submerged by flash floods described as an "inland tsunami" smashing through mountainside Toowoomba, sweeping away entire houses. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER
This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre in the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows a family waiting to be rescued from the roof of their house as flash floods inundated the city of Toowoomba on January 11, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows flash floods inundating farmland near the city of Toowoomba on January 10, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / CHANNEL 9" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A screen grab image taken on January 11, 2010 from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 shows flood waters surrounding the city of Toowoomba. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 7 , This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging across the railway tracks towards shops as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging through streets, inundating the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flash floods described as an "inland tsunami" smashing through mountainside Toowoomba, sweeping away entire houses. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows the appropriately named Water Street being submerged by flash floods described as an "inland tsunami" smashing through mountainside Toowoomba, sweeping away entire houses. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flash flooding in the streets of the Queensland town of Toowoomba. Nine people died and 66 were missing after flash floods swept the hill region in eastern Australia, a senior official said, revising earlier tolls. AFP PHOTO / ALICIA MORRISON , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows damage, including part of a washed away road (L), caused by flash flooding in the Queensland town of Toowoomba. Nine people died and 66 were missing after flash floods swept the hill region in eastern Australia, a senior official said, revising earlier tolls. AFP PHOTO / ALICIA MORRISON
This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre in the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows a family waiting to be rescued from the roof of their house as flash floods inundated the city of Toowoomba on January 11, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows flash floods inundating farmland near the city of Toowoomba on January 10, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / CHANNEL 9" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A screen grab image taken on January 11, 2010 from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 shows flood waters surrounding the city of Toowoomba. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 7 , This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging across the railway tracks towards shops as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging through streets, inundating the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flash floods described as an "inland tsunami" smashing through mountainside Toowoomba, sweeping away entire houses. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER
This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre in the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows a family waiting to be rescued from the roof of their house as flash floods inundated the city of Toowoomba on January 11, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows flash floods inundating farmland near the city of Toowoomba on January 10, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9 , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / CHANNEL 9" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A screen grab image taken on January 11, 2010 from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 shows flood waters surrounding the city of Toowoomba. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 7 , This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters submerging a shopping centre as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging across the railway tracks towards shops as flash floods inundate the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging through streets, inundating the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER
This image taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters swamping the shopping centre in the city of Toowoomba. Australia braced for a rapidly rising death toll on January 11 after flash floods killed eight and left 72 missing, as a quickly spreading flood disaster forced evacuations in central Brisbane. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicole Alayne HAMMERMEISTER , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / CHANNEL 9 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVE A screen grab image taken from footage aired by Australia's Channel 9 TV shows a family waiting to be rescued from the roof of their house as flash floods inundated the city of Toowoomba on January 11, 2011. The heavy rain continuing across the whole of southeast Queensland will worsen the flood disaster and hamper search and rescue efforts for dozens of people missing or stranded. Eight people have been confirmed dead. AFP PHOTO / Channel 9

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