Flood threat easing in the Coldstream area says SES

RESIDENTS near the Coldstream River should be confident river levels are dropping and the flood threat is easing says an SES incident controller.

The SES said the Clarence River flood peak had passed and water from the Coldstream River would drain away without impediment.

Clarence Nambucca SES incident controller Darryl Bailey said there was a "hell of a lot of water out there" in that region, but without further heavy rain it should be escaping into the Clarence.

"Residents should not be worried there's going to be more flooding," he said.

This morning there were a number of posts on The Daily Examiner's Facebook page about rising waters in the Coldstream River and Deep Creek, which might threaten Ulmarra.

But Mr Bailey said SES investigators had not reported any problems in the area.



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