Flood victims warned of risk from snakes and crocodiles

Independent: Residents of a flood-hit Australian city were warned yesterday not to wade through the waist-high waters because of fears that crocodiles and snakes could be lurking. Floods that have cut air, rail and road links to Rockhampton are now threatening its sewage plant, and waters are still expected to rise another few feet before peaking today. A huge inland sea spawned by more than a week of heavy rain across Queensland state is making its way along the Fitzroy river toward the ocean -- and Rockhampton......

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