Water Rushes Down Australia’s Moonan Brook River During Drought

January 14, 2020 Stories

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Fiona Coddington from the town of Moonan Brook in Western Australia has shared an online scene that many describe as a true miracle.

Due to the fires and high temperatures, many rivers have been drained, and these days, especially in the highlands, they have received a “shipment” of rain.
Fiona wrote under the video that not a drop of rain had fallen in her place, but despite the drought, the Moonan Brook River in the town of the same name came to life. After a long time, the water finally overflown the river bed.

The river was revived by a storm that had only rampaged in the Barrington Tops highlands just before.

Many residents in Australia have described the river rising as a real miracle that will be very helpful in the fight against fiery teeth. Take a look at the scene when the river came to life in Moonan Brook!

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