River Bursts Banks as Heaviest Rain in 20 Years Hits Alice Springs

The Todd River in Alice Springs, Northern Territory, burst its banks on November 10 after the heaviest rain seen locally in 20 years.

This footage, taken by Chris Green, shows the river overflowing near Stephens Road in Alice Springs.

The Bureau of Meteorology said 95.8 mm of rain fell at Alice Springs airport over a 24-hour period to early on November 10, the highest such total since 2001. Credit: Chris Green via Storyful

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