Parts of Sydney’s north-west have been ordered to evacuate amid a major flooding risk in low-lying areas of the Hawkesbury-Nepean River.
- The NSW SES has received 6,000 calls for help so far, with 640 overnight
- Two bushwalkers were rescued in the Blue Mountains after they were trapped
- The flood crisis will likely continue until Thursday as the trough moves south
The NSW State Emergency Service (SES) is ordering anyone in low lying areas of Agnes Banks, Pitt Town Bottoms, Pitt Town North, Cornwallis,…