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Newspix via Getty Images A brave local battles the wind before the worst of tropical cyclone Debbie hits in Bowen, Queensland. Cyclone Debbie made landfall at Airlie Beach, north of Proserpine, shortly after midday local time (0200 GMT), knocking out telephone services. Its very noisy: Screaming, howling wind ... sounds like a freight train, Jan Clifford told Reuters by text from Airlie Beach as the cyclone made landfall. Still blowing like crazy, she said four hours later. Authorities had urged thousands of people in low-lying areas to flee their homes on Monday, in what would have been the biggest evacuation seen in Australia since Cyclone Tracy devastated the northern city of Darwin on Christmas Day, 1974. CATASTROPHE DECLARED Torrential rain flooded streets and wind smashed windows, uprooted trees and tossed debris through streets, while jetties at Airlie Beach marina were wrecked, Nine Network television pictures showed. Power was cut for 48,000 people in a wide area between the towns of Bowen and Mackay, north and south of Airlie Beach, Ergon Energy spokesman John Fowler said. PETER PARKS via Getty Images Sandbags are placed outside a business on an empty street in the town of Ayr in far north Queensland as Cyclone Debbie approaches on March 28, 2017. Ports at Abbot Point, Mackay and Hay Point were shut, and Townsville airport was closed.
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