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Auckland declares state of emergency as heavy rain causes flooding

Auckland declares state of emergency as heavy rain causes flooding

Auckland has declared a state of emergency due to heavy rain causing flooding in the region, with more expected until midnight. Civil defence centres

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Auckland has declared a state of emergency due to heavy rain causing flooding in the region, with more expected until midnight. Civil defence centres have been set up for those who need to evacuate, and Auckland Emergency Management is advising people to stay vigilant and keep an eye on the weather forecast. More than 200 weather-related callouts have been received, including flooding, slips, fallen trees, and vehicles trapped in floodwater. Train services have been suspended due to flooding on the tracks, and there is significant congestion on the road network.

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