Tornado hits Sydney

Tornado hits Sydney
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A rare tornado hit Sydney on Wednesday with winds above 200 km an hour and hail the size of cricket balls.

The freak weather brought down trees and power lines, brought cladding off rooves and walls and led to flash floods in the Australian city.

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