Wild Winds Knock Out Power To Thousands

More than two-thousand homes in South East Queensland are without power on Thursday afternoon, as strong winds take out powerlines.

We're being urged to tie down or remove loose objects from our yards - after a tent took off at Sunshine Coast stadium, injuring ONE person.  Read the full story here.

Energex's Holly Lister said the strong winds had caused debris to damage power lines, with debris and vegetation having to be removed.

629 Sunshine Coast homes and businesses are currently without power.

Suburbs affected include Beerwah, Flaxton, the Glasshouse Mountains, Mapleton, Nambour, Rosemount where 521 are in the dark.

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