Eight days.

Six deaths.

Seven thousand, five hundred evacuations.

Eight hundred requests to the SES for help.

Twenty-five per cent of south-east Queensland without power.

Two thousand power lines knocked down.

Twenty-one local government areas qualifying for emergency funds.

Four thousand, two-hundred and twenty-four properties damaged.

Two thousand, three hundred and two properties uninhabitable.

One thousand, three hundred and twenty-one uninhabitable properties in Bundaberg alone.

Fifty per cent of dairy farms destroyed.

Fifty per cent of piggeries damaged.

Five thousand pigs drowned.

Ten million dollars worth of crops destroyed.



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