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Dust haze covers Clarence Valley

Dust haze makes the Grafton Bridge almost invisible from the deck of the South Grafton Bowling Club as an orange glow covers the Clarence Valley.
Dust haze makes the Grafton Bridge almost invisible from the deck of the South Grafton Bowling Club as an orange glow covers the Clarence Valley.

CLARENCE Valley residents were left gasping for air this morning as dust, whipped up from wild weather in the State’s south west, blanketed the Valley in dense dust.

Photographer Adam Hourigan took this photo from the South Grafton Bowling Club this morning. If you have any photos, please email them to photo@dailyexaminer.com.au.

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