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Cyclone hammers the Kimberley coast

Breaking Tropical Storm News: Australia
March 05, 2007
TWO sections of the railway to Darwin were under water and tourists were stranded at Kakadu National Park as heavy storms developed into a category-one cyclone yesterday, threatening communities along the northwest coast.
Cyclone George was last night unleashing strong winds along the Kimberley coastline, with widespread flooding causing damage to towns in the Northern Territory and Western Australia.
At 5pm CST time yesterday, the Bureau of Meteorology issued a cyclone warning for communities between Beagle Bay, north of Broome, and Wyndham, in Western Australia. The cyclone was moving west at 14km/h with 100km/h gusts in the centre.
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