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Auckland cleans up after ‘unprecedented’ floods

At least three people have been killed as severe flooding hit New Zealand’s largest city, Auckland.

Prime Minister Chris Hipkins described the situation as “unprecedented”.

The city is said to have received 75% of its usual summer rainfall in just 15 hours.


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