dust hits Brisbane big time

A DUST storm that smothered New South Wales and southern Queensland pushed air pollution levels to 1500 times their normal levels – the highest on record.

Towns across far west NSW were yesterday hit with strong winds and low visibility, and dust swept up from those areas crossed through the state, blanketing Sydney and Brisbane today.

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CBD looking down from a 35th floor

35 floors up in Brisbane

Story Bridge, today. No, not an old sepia photo from granpa’s attic.

Toby Marosszeky Story Bridge

Southbank, cultural and tourist area.

Paullina Svard Southbank Brisbane


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One Response to dust hits Brisbane big time

  1. a-m says:

    How are your lungs Jane? I am really struggling. A-M xx

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