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People are seen on the rooftop of a house in Grantham, a township between Toowomba and Brisbane, in this still image taken from video January 10, 2011. Tsunami-like flash floods raced towards Australia's third-largest city of Brisbane on Tuesday, prompting evacuations of its outskirts, flood warnings for the financial district and predictions that the death toll is likely to climb. REUTERS/Nine Network via Reuters TV (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) AUSTRALIA OUT.
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People are seen on the rooftop of a house in Grantham, a township between Toowomba and Brisbane, in this still image taken from video January 10, 2011. Tsunami-like flash floods raced towards Australia's third-largest city of Brisbane on Tuesday, prompting evacuations of its outskirts, flood warnings for the financial district and predictions that the death toll is likely to climb. REUTERS/Nine Network via Reuters TV (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) AUSTRALIA OUT.

This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging through streets, inundating the city of Toowoomba.
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This photo taken on January 10, 2011 shows flood waters surging through streets, inundating the city of Toowoomba.

A street sign is seen partially covered by floodwaters, 6 km (3.7 miles) south of Rockhampton, January 3, 2011. Military aircraft flew supplies to an Australian town slowly disappearing beneath floodwaters on Monday, as record flooding in the country's northeast continues to cut coal exports and devastate wheat production. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT
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A street sign is seen partially covered by floodwaters, 6 km (3.7 miles) south of Rockhampton, January 3, 2011. Military aircraft flew supplies to an Australian town slowly disappearing beneath floodwaters on Monday, as record flooding in the country's northeast continues to cut coal exports and devastate wheat production. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT

AUSTRALIA, Bundaberg : Scott Wogandt and his son Mitchell kayak past flooded cars in Bundaberg on December 31, 2010. Floods triggered by tropical cyclone Tasha have left entire towns under water and cut off many more over an area the size of France and Germany combined. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD
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AUSTRALIA, Bundaberg : Scott Wogandt and his son Mitchell kayak past flooded cars in Bundaberg on December 31, 2010. Floods triggered by tropical cyclone Tasha have left entire towns under water and cut off many more over an area the size of France and Germany combined. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD

AUSTRALIA, Rockhampton : Rising flood waters inundate fertile farmland near Rockhampton on January 5, 2011 after the swollen Fitzroy River broke its banks. Tens of thousands of people in Rockhampton braced for complete isolation as waters, which have affected an area bigger than France and Germany combined and closed the town's airport and railway, lapped at the last remaining road link. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD
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AUSTRALIA, Rockhampton : Rising flood waters inundate fertile farmland near Rockhampton on January 5, 2011 after the swollen Fitzroy River broke its banks. Tens of thousands of people in Rockhampton braced for complete isolation as waters, which have affected an area bigger than France and Germany combined and closed the town's airport and railway, lapped at the last remaining road link. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD

Australia -- A plane is seen in floodwaters in Grantham, a township between Toowoomba and Brisbane, 10Jan2011
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Australia -- A plane is seen in floodwaters in Grantham, a township between Toowoomba and Brisbane, 10Jan2011

AUSTRALIA, Rockhampton : Rising floodwaters spread through the low-lying suburb of Depot Hill in Rockhampton, in eastern Queensland. The Australian military and emergency services were battling huge flooding in the country's northeast that has left at least one person dead, amid warnings the worst of the devastation is to come. NO SALES RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AUSTRALIA OUT AFP PHOTO / MECHIELSEN LYNDON
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AUSTRALIA, Rockhampton : Rising floodwaters spread through the low-lying suburb of Depot Hill in Rockhampton, in eastern Queensland. The Australian military and emergency services were battling huge flooding in the country's northeast that has left at least one person dead, amid warnings the worst of the devastation is to come. NO SALES RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AUSTRALIA OUT AFP PHOTO / MECHIELSEN LYNDON

The swollen Brisbane River is seen flowing past the skyline of central Brisbane January 12, 2011. Thousands of residents of Australia's third-largest city evacuated homes on Wednesday as massive floods began to inundate the financial district, sparked panic buying of food and left authorities despairing for more than 90 people missing. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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The swollen Brisbane River is seen flowing past the skyline of central Brisbane January 12, 2011. Thousands of residents of Australia's third-largest city evacuated homes on Wednesday as massive floods began to inundate the financial district, sparked panic buying of food and left authorities despairing for more than 90 people missing. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)

AUSTRALIA, Gin Gin : Residents Greg Messenger (L) and Gary Clem (R) try to restore a flood warning sign which had been flattened by the swollen Burnett River near the town of Gin Gin on January 2, 2011. Up to 200,000 people are estimated to have been hit by the floods which have left entire towns under water and cut off many more over an area the size of France and Germany combined, wreaking untold billions in damage to crops and the nation's key mining industry. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD
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AUSTRALIA, Gin Gin : Residents Greg Messenger (L) and Gary Clem (R) try to restore a flood warning sign which had been flattened by the swollen Burnett River near the town of Gin Gin on January 2, 2011. Up to 200,000 people are estimated to have been hit by the floods which have left entire towns under water and cut off many more over an area the size of France and Germany combined, wreaking untold billions in damage to crops and the nation's key mining industry. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD

AUSTRALIA, Rockhampton : A vehicle drives down the flooded runway at Rockhampton Airport on January 5, 2011 after the swollen Fitzroy River broke its banks and inundated much of the city. Hundreds of Australians scrambled in the rain to build levee banks and evacuate hospital patients on January 5 as floods that have inundated or cut off 40 towns rolled downstream. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD 11POTW01
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AUSTRALIA, Rockhampton : A vehicle drives down the flooded runway at Rockhampton Airport on January 5, 2011 after the swollen Fitzroy River broke its banks and inundated much of the city. Hundreds of Australians scrambled in the rain to build levee banks and evacuate hospital patients on January 5 as floods that have inundated or cut off 40 towns rolled downstream. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD 11POTW01

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