Surfer returns residence to seek out document flooding floated a transport container into the second storey of his mum’s home

  • Professional-surfer Callum Robson reveals transport container inside his household residence
  • NSW Floodwaters introduced the transport container into the two-storey property
  • The surf star posted the unimaginable picture to his Instagram on Tuesday night 

A professional-surfer returned to his flooded household residence after NSW’s document rainstorm to seek out ceiling-high water floated a transport container inside.

Callum Robson was staying at his mom’s home in Woodburn, NSW, when the two-storey property was submerged by 1,800mm of rain.

The surf star posted an unimaginable photograph to Instagram on Tuesday of the massive metallic field partly submerged within the roof cavity.

A transport container has floated its method inside a pro-surfer’s household residence on Tuesday night (pictured)

‘Completely loopy,’ Mr Robson wrote. ‘Second flooring of my household residence in Woodburn.’

Additional posts made to social media confirmed a dinghy strategy what gave the impression to be the balcony on the house’s second stage.

‘So devastating. Due to everybody for serving to out, doing rescues… wild occasions,’ Mr Robson wrote in one other put up.

Document rain lashed northern NSW, stranding residents in Woodburn on their rooftops as floodwaters rose dramatically in the direction of them.

Callum Robson (pictured) posted the shocking image to Instagram on Tuesday as floodwaters  devastated NSW and QLD

Callum Robson (pictured) posted the stunning picture to Instagram on Tuesday as floodwaters  devastated NSW and QLD

Aerial footage confirmed a convoy of no less than 20 vehicles and a number of other horses trapped on a bridge as they tried to flee the city on Tuesday morning.

Fellow surfers Mick Fanning and Joel Parkinson had been additionally noticed serving to flood-affected locals in NSW and Queensland.  

In NSW, Fanning pulled on his wetsuit to assist to locals in Murwillumbah within the north coast.

The three-time world champion gave pharmacist Skye Swift a carry from Tweed to Murwillumbah on his jet ski, to make sure residents might get important remedy.

Aerial footage showed a convoy of at least 20 cars and several horses trapped on a bridge as they tried to flee the town on Tuesday morning (pictured, cars stranded on Woodburn bridge)

Aerial footage confirmed a convoy of no less than 20 vehicles and a number of other horses trapped on a bridge as they tried to flee the city on Tuesday morning (pictured, vehicles stranded on Woodburn bridge)

Mick Fanning was among a group of surfers assisting locals on their jet skis in flood-affected areas in QLD and NSW (pictured, Fanning lends a hand to locals in Murwillumbah on Tuesday)

Mick Fanning was amongst a gaggle of surfers helping locals on their jet skis in flood-affected areas in QLD and NSW (pictured, Fanning lends a hand to locals in Murwillumbah on Tuesday)

In the meantime, fellow world champion surfer Joel Parkinson hopped on his jet ski rescuing dozens of stranded Queenslanders on Monday and Tuesday.

Parkinson reckons he together with a number of locals saved as much as 40 individuals, six canines, three cats and a few chickens.

‘I’ve rescued cats, canines, I’ve had 10-15 individuals on my ski, it has been hectic, simply choosing individuals individuals up, attending to greater floor,’ he mentioned in a video.

However when Parkinson returned residence ‘exhausted’ to the Gold Coast, he discovered his residence had been damaged into and spouse Monica’s automotive had been stolen. 

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