Emergency services are using aircraft to delivery water, medicine, food and other supplies to residents.
NSW SES volunteers are conducting impact assessments in Gunnedah as the flood water recedes. Source: Facebook / NSW SES
The town of Gunnedah continues to be impacted by major flooding as of Sunday morning, however water is slowly receding.
His death has prompted renewed calls for people to take the dangers of floodwaters seriously, with SES spokesman Greg Nash saying a river or creek’s conditions could change between morning and afternoon.
In the 11 days since the flooding began, emergency services had fielded more than 820 requests for assistance in NSW, which included nearly 60 flood rescues.