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Ivan Cleary forced to evacuate as Nepean River levels break 60-year record – Sydney Morning Herald

Penrith’s grand final rematch preparations have been thrown into chaos as NSW floods wreak havoc in western Sydney.

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Penrith coach Ivan Cleary has been forced to evacuate his Penrith home after Nepean River levels rose to a 60-year high on Sunday night.
The Panthers coach, who is living in a property owned by son Nathan while he renovates his Northern Beaches home, left the Ladbury Avenue house after the NSW State Emergency Service issued an evacuation warning to residents close to the rising river on Sunday afternoon.
Ladbury Avenue in Penrith on Sunday afternoon, where Ivan Cleary has been forced to evacuate…

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