Traffic & Rescue

  • Allambie Heights. Just after 6.00pm Wednesday, 06 April, NSW Ambulance paramedics were called to a report of a 4-year-old choking on food at Roosevelt Avenue, Allambie Heights. When they arrived, the child had fortunately coughed the food up. They were assessed by paramedics but not taken to hospital.
  • Balgowlah. Just after 5.45pm Monday, 04 April, NSW Police and Fire and Rescue NSW Manly Station responded to a collision between a car and a bus at Balgowlah Road, Balgowlah. They found the bus was carrying no passengers at the time of the accident and there were no injuries. Firefighters rendered a small fluid spill safe while the bus was assessed for damage and removed from the scene.
  • Balgowlah. Shortly before 5.00pm Wednesday, 06 April, NSW Police and Fire and Rescue NSW Manly Station responded to a report of a child locked in a vehicle at Sydney Road, Balgowlah. Firefighters were able to release the child safely from the vehicle within ten minutes.
  • Bayview. At 2.30pm Thursday, 07 April, heavy rain caused flash flooding at Cabbage Tree Road, Bayview. (main image and video below)
  • Beacon Hill. Just after 11.30am Sunday, 03 April, emergency services were called to a report of a woman in a wheelchair hit by a car at Warringah Road, Beacon Hill, near Cornish Avenue. The woman in her 60s was assessed with a minor hand injury by NSW Ambulance paramedics but did not need to go to hospital.
  • Belrose. Just after 1.30pm Saturday, 02 April, emergency services responded to a report of a dirt spill on the roadway at Forest Way, Belrose, near Crozier Road. Traffic was impacted until shortly before 3.00pm.
  • Belrose. Just after 1.30pm Wednesday, 06 April, traffic was affected in both directions by water across the road at Forest Way, Belrose, near Bundaleer Street. The water cleared just after 3.30pm.
  • Belrose. Just before 11.30am Thursday, 07 April, heavy rain caused flash flooding at Forest Way, Belrose.
  • Brookvale. Shortly after 7.30am Thursday, 07 April, heavy rain caused flash flooding at Harbord Road, Brookvale, near Miles Street.
  • Brookvale. Just before 12.15pm Friday, 08 April, NSW Police received a report of a person driving dangerously, resulting in a motor vehicle accident at Pittwater Road, Brookvale.
  • Church Point. Just before 11.00pm Wednesday, 06 April, emergency services were called to a property at McCarrs Creek Road, Church Point, where a truck had rolled onto its side. Firefighters assisted the male driver in his 50s from the vehicle and checked the truck for any leaking fuel. The driver was assessed by NSW Ambulance paramedics and taken to Northern Beaches Hospital in a stable condition. The vehicle was left in place overnight for retrieval the following day.
  • Church Point. Just after 3.30pm Friday, 08 April, emergency services were called to a tree down across McCarrs Creek Road, Church Point, blocking the road to traffic for around an hour.
  • Collaroy. Just after 2.00pm Sunday, 03 April, a member of the public reported a man in his 40s had collapsed after coming out of the water at Long Reef. Surf Life Saving NSW Long Reef Patrol and Lifeguard provided first aid to the man, who was believed to be experiencing an epileptic fit, until the arrival of NSW Ambulance paramedics. He was taken to Northern Beaches Hospital in a stable condition.
  • Collaroy. Just after 6.15am Thursday, 07 April, heavy rain caused flash flooding at Pittwater Road, Collaroy, near Westmoreland Avenue. Traffic was affected until just after 8.00am.
  • Collaroy. Shortly before 1.00pm Thursday, 07 April, heavy rain caused flash flooding at Collaroy shops at Pittwater Road, Collaroy.
  • Collaroy Plateau. Just before 11.30am Friday, 08 April, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Aubreen Street, Collaroy Plateau.
  • Cromer. Just after 6.15pm Friday, 08 April, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Toronto Avenue, Cromer.
  • Dee Why. Just before 5.15pm Sunday, 03 April, emergency services were called to a three-vehicle collision in a car park at Redman Road, Dee Why. A vehicle had been driven into two other parked cars, pushing one through a fence of a child care centre. The female driver was assessed for shock by NSW Ambulance paramedics but was not otherwise hurt and did not require transport to hospital. Firefighters ensured there were no hazardous spills from any of the vehicles before leaving the incident in the hands of the owners for the vehicles to be towed.
  • Dee Why. Just after 4.15pm Tuesday, 05 April, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Cassia Street, Dee Why. No injuries were reported in the incident.
  • Dee Why. Shortly after 1.30pm Friday, 08 April, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Wheeler Parade, Dee Why.
  • Elanora Heights. Just after 1.15pm Thursday, 07 April, NSW Ambulance paramedics were called to a report that a man in his 40s had been injured with a blade wound to his thigh at a property at Kywong Road, Elanora Heights. When paramedics arrived to assess the man, he had removed the blade and applied a torniquet which had stopped the bleeding. He insisted that he was going to take himself to hospital and did not require further assistance from them.
  • Fairlight. Just before 7.00pm Monday, 04 April, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Fairlight Street, Fairlight. No injuries were reported in the incident.
  • Forestville. Just after 8.30am Monday, 04 April, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Starkey Street, Forestville.
  • Forestville. Just before 8.45am Monday, 04 April, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Warringah Road, Forestville. No injuries were reported in the incident.
  • Ingleside. Just after 10.00am Thursday, 07 April, traffic lights were blacked out at the intersection of Mona Vale Road, Ingleside, and Powderworks Road. Traffic in all directions was affected until power could be restored just before 2.45pm.
  • Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Shortly after 1.15pm Wednesday, 06 April, West Head Road, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, was closed due to adverse weather impacts and remains closed as at 11.59pm Friday, 08 April.
  • Manly. Shortly before 8.00am Thursday, 07 April, heavy rainfall caused flash flooding at Balgowlah Road, Manly.
  • Manly. Shortly before 8.30am Thursday, 07 April, heavy rain caused flash flooding at Kenneth Road, Manly.
  • Mona Vale. Just after 8.00am Thursday, 07 April, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Wangara Street, Mona Vale.
  • Mona Vale. Just before 11.00am Thursday, 07 April, two people were trapped in a lift at Woolworths, Mona Vale. Firefighters from Mona Vale Station were called to help release the trapped people and Woolworths prevented further access to the lift until it could be inspected by a service technician.
  • North Manly. Shortly after 8.00am Thursday, 07 April, heavy rain caused flash flooding at Pittwater Road, North Manly. Emergency services were called to a vehicle that had broken down after being caught in floodwater near Western Avenue. Flooding affected the road until around 9.30am and two northbound lanes of Pittwater Road were blocked until the vehicle was towed.
  • North Narrabeen. Just after 1.30pm Wednesday, 06 April, NSW Ambulance paramedics were called to assist a 68-year-old woman who had fallen down stairs and broken her ankle at Carefree Road, North Narrabeen. She was taken to Northern Beaches Hospital in a stable condition.
  • Oxford Falls. Just after 1.00pm Tuesday, 05 April, NSW Police and NSW Ambulance paramedics were called to a report a vehicle had hit a horse at Oxford Falls Road, Oxford Falls. The driver of the car, a woman in her 70s, allegedly told witnesses she had taken her eyes off the road for a moment to check her speed as she had recently received a ticket. Her wing mirror then struck one of two horses that were being ridden along the side of the road. The horse was spooked, throwing the rider, a woman in her 40s, who sustained injuries to her head, back and arms. The injured rider was taken to Royal North Shore Hospital in a stable condition. The horse bolted home from the scene, sustaining lacerations to its rump and left hind leg. It has since been treated by a vet and is expected to recover.
  • Oxford Falls. Just after 12.15pm Wednesday, 06 April, Oxford Falls Road was closed by flooding between Wakehurst Parkway and Aroona Road. The road remained closed until 1.15pm Friday, 08 April.
  • Oxford Falls. Shortly after 1.30pm Wednesday, 06 April, the Wakehurst Parkway was closed by flooding between Oxford Falls and Narrabeen. It remained closed until 1.15pm Friday, 08 April.
  • Seaforth. Just after 6.15pm Sunday, 03 April, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Frenchs Forest Road, Seaforth. No injuries were reported in the incident.
  • Seaforth. Just before 7.30pm Tuesday, 05 April, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Wakehurst Parkway, Seaforth. No injuries were reported in the incident.
  • Terrey Hills. Just after midnight Sunday, 03 April, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at McCarrs Creek Road, Terrey Hills. The driver was assessed by NSW Ambulance paramedics for minor injuries to their face caused by the deployment of their airbag, but was not taken to hospital.
  • Warriewood. Just before 3.00pm Monday, 04 April, emergency services were called to a two-car collision at Pittwater Road, Warriewood, near Jacksons Road. The southbound bus lane was blocked for just over an hour until the vehicles were towed. No injuries were reported.
  • Warriewood. Shortly before 1.00pm Wednesday, 06 April, heavy rainfall caused flash flooding at Macpherson Street, Warriewood.
  • Warriewood. Just after 4.15pm Thursday, 07 April, emergency services received a report of two cars caught in floodwater at Macpherson Street, Warriewood, near Flower Power. Only one vehicle was occupied when firefighters from Mona Vale Station arrived. They pushed the vehicles clear of the floodwater by hand.
  • Wheeler Heights. Just after 1.45pm Saturday, 02 April, emergency services responded to a report of a white utility that had collided with a power pole at Ambleside Street, Wheeler Heights. The collision brought down wires and left the 25-year-old male driver with an injured wrist. Energy authorities were called to repair the pole and the driver was taken to Northern Beaches Hospital in a stable condition.

Theft & Vandalism

  • Allambie Heights. Just after 9.45pm Saturday, 02 April, NSW Police were called to a break-in at Palermo Place, Allambie Heights.
  • Avalon Beach. Shortly after 3.00pm Sunday, 03 April, NSW Police responded to a report of a break-in at Barrenjoey Road, Avalon Beach.
  • Avalon Beach. Just before 6.45am Friday, 08 April, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in and theft of a motor vehicle from a home at Palmgrove Road, Avalon Beach.
  • Avalon Beach. Just before 8.30am Friday, 08 April, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Elouera Road, Avalon Beach.
  • Balgowlah. Just after 4.00pm Thursday, 07 April, NSW Police received a report of a stolen motor vehicle from Paton Place, Balgowlah.
  • Bayview. Just after 2.30pm Monday, 04 April, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Cabbage Tree Road, Bayview.
  • Belrose. Just before 1.30am Monday, 04 April, NSW Police Traffic and Highway Patrol officers initiated a pursuit of a vehicle that had been reported stolen from a home at Belrose. The car was spotted at New South Head Road, Double Bay, and chased by NSW Police through the Cross City tunnel, where it crashed. The four occupants of the vehicle, all teenagers, fled the vehicle on foot but were arrested following a search. Full story.
  • Belrose. Shortly after 7.45am Monday, 04 April, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Harstaf Close, Belrose.
  • Church Point. Just after 9.45pm Monday, 04 April, NSW Police received a report of vandalism of property at McCarrs Creek Road, Church Point.
  • Cromer. Just after 10.45am Sunday, 03 April, NSW Police received a report of theft of property from a vehicle parked at Paruna Place, Cromer.
  • Cromer. Just before 9.15am Wednesday, 06 April, NSW Police received a report of a vehicle stolen from where it had been parked at Foveaux Place, Cromer.
  • Forestville. Just after 8.15am Wednesday, 06 April, NSW Police were called to investigate property damage and theft from premises at Ferguson Street, Forestville.
  • Frenchs Forest. Just after 3.15pm Sunday, 03 April, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Valley View Road, Frenchs Forest.
  • Manly. Just after 7.00pm Saturday, 02 April, NSW Police received a report of vandalism of property at Commonwealth Parade, Manly.
  • Manly Vale. Just before 9.45am Friday, 08 April, NSW Police were called to investigate the theft of a vehicle from where it had been parked at Arana Street, Manly Vale.
  • Mona Vale. Just after 8.30pm Thursday, 07 April, NSW Police were called to investigate a vehicle stolen from where it had been parked at Darley Street, Mona Vale.
  • Narraweena. Shortly before 1.30pm Monday, 04 April, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Alfred Street, Narraweena.
  • Narraweena. Shortly after 10.15am Tuesday, 05 April, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Alfred Road, Narraweena.
  • North Narrabeen. Just before midday Friday, 08 April, NSW Police received a report of property stolen from a vehicle parked at Lake Park Road, North Narrabeen.

Assault & Disorder

  • Balgowlah. Just before 3.15am Friday, 08 April, NSW Police were called to assist a person who appeared to be intoxicated at Balgowlah Road, Balgowlah.
  • Brookvale. Just after 11.45pm Saturday, 02 April, NSW Police were called to assist a person who appeared to be intoxicated at Mitchell Road, Brookvale.
  • Brookvale. Just before 4.45pm Sunday, 03 April, NSW Police received a report of a group of disorderly youths gathered at Pine Avenue, Brookvale.
  • Brookvale. Shortly after 1.30pm Monday, 04 April, NSW Police were called to assist a person who appeared to be intoxicated at Cross Street, Brookvale.
  • Brookvale. Shortly before 3.45pm Wednesday, 06 April, NSW Police were called to investigate a report of an assault at Pittwater Road, Brookvale.
  • Collaroy. Just after 11.00pm Friday, 08 April, NSW Police were called to investigate a report of an assault at Pittwater Road, Collaroy.
  • Dee Why. Just before 1.30pm Saturday, 02 April, NSW Police were called to assist a person who appeared to be intoxicated at Fisher Road, Dee Why.
  • Dee Why. Just after 11.45pm Saturday, 02 April, NSW Police responded to a report of a fight occurring in public at Clarence Avenue, Dee Why.
  • Dee Why. Just after 8.30pm Sunday, 03 April, NSW Police were called to a report of an intoxicated person refusing to leave licensed premises at Campbell Avenue, Dee Why.
  • Dee Why. Shortly after 2.00pm Tuesday, 05 April, NSW Police received a report of suspicious activity allegedly involving drugs at Pacific Parade, Dee Why.
  • Dee Why. Just before 4.00pm Wednesday, 06 April, NSW Police were called to investigate a report of an assault at Howard Avenue, Dee Why.
  • Forestville. Just after 8.30am Monday, 04 April, NSW Police were called to investigate a report of an assault at Starkey Street, Forestville.
  • Manly. Just after 4.45pm Saturday, 02 April, NSW Police were called to assist a person who appeared to be intoxicated at Whistler Street, Manly.
  • Manly. Just after 11.15pm Saturday, 02 April, NSW Police were called to assist a person who appeared to be intoxicated at The Corso, Manly.
  • Manly. Shortly before 7.00pm Friday, 08 April, NSW Police were called to assist a person who appeared to be intoxicated at Market Place, Manly.
  • Mona Vale. Shortly before 3.30pm Wednesday, 06 April, NSW Police received a report of suspicious activity allegedly involving drugs at Waratah Street, Mona Vale.
  • Narrabeen. Shortly after 7.30pm Saturday, 02 April, NSW Police were called to assist a person who appeared to be intoxicated at Lagoon Street, Narrabeen.
  • Narrabeen. Shortly after 7.30pm Saturday, 02 April, NSW Police received a report of a group of disorderly youths gathered at a reserve near Albemarle Street, Narrabeen.
  • Narrabeen. Shortly before 7.45pm Saturday, 02 April, NSW Police received a report of a group of disorderly youths gathered at Lagoon Street, Narrabeen.
  • Narraweena. Just after 12.45am Thursday, 07 April, NSW Police received a report of a group of disorderly youths gathered at Nimbey Avenue, Narraweena.
  • North Narrabeen. Shortly after 8.30am Monday, 04 April, NSW Police received a report of suspicious activity allegedly involving drugs at a reserve at Narroy Road, North Narrabeen.
  • Terrey Hills. Just after 9.00am Thursday, 07 April, NSW Police arrested two people at a caravan park at Mona Vale Road, Terrey Hills, in connection with the hit-and-run death of an 18-year-old man at South Nowra on 24 February. A 37-year-old woman and an 18-year-old man were taken to Manly Police Station and charged with murder. Full story.
  • Terrey Hills. Just after 5.00pm Friday, 08 April, NSW Police were called to investigate a report of an assault at Myoora Road, Terrey Hills.
  • Warriewood. Just after 8.45pm Saturday, 02 April, NSW Police received a report of a group of disorderly youths gathered at a reserve near Mahogany Boulevard, Warriewood.
  • Warriewood. Just before 8.45pm Wednesday, 06 April, NSW Police received a report of a group of disorderly youths gathered at Jacksons Road, Warriewood.

Fire & Hazard

  • Allambie Heights. Just before 7.45am Thursday, 07 April, Fire and Rescue NSW Dee Why Station assisted with water removal at a home at Jennifer Avenue, Allambie Heights, which was experiencing flooding caused by heavy rainfall.
  • Belrose. Shortly after 1.00pm Tuesday, 05 April, Fire and Rescue NSW Forestville Station was called to a report of a fuel spill at the roundabout outside Bunnings at Niangala Close, Belrose. Firefighters found a vehicle with a ruptured fuel tank, leaking approximately 50L of diesel onto the road. They used absorbent material to capture the fuel, and siphoned the remaining fuel from the vehicle to prevent further spills. The vehicle was then towed around 2.00pm.
  • Brookvale. Just after 7.15am Thursday, 07 April, emergency services were called to a tree down at Gulliver Street, Brookvale, bringing down power lines and blocking the road.
  • Dee Why. Just before 3.45am Monday, 04 April, Fire and Rescue NSW Dee Why Station and NSW Police responded to a fire alarm at Oaks Avenue, Dee Why. A diesel pump system had malfunctioned and caught fire, which was extinguished by the automated fire control system in the building before the arrival of firefighters. They checked the fire was fully extinguished and replaced activated sprinkler heads. Approximately 100 people were evacuated from the building while the incident occurred.
  • Dee Why. Just after 2.45pm Wednesday, 06 April, Fire and Rescue NSW Dee Why Station responded to a fire alarm at Howard Avenue, Dee Why. Firefighters found a sprinkler head had been knocked off in a loading dock. They replaced the sprinkler and reset the system.
  • Duffys Forest. Shortly after 2.45pm Saturday, 02 April, Terrey Hills Rural Fire Brigade was called to a large tree down across Tooronga Road, Duffys Forest. It took around an hour for them to clear the road.
  • Duffys Forest. Just after 4.15pm Thursday, 07 April, NSW RFS crews from Warringah HQ were called to a tree down on the road at Cullamine Road, Duffys Forest, near Mallawa Road.
  • Elanora Heights. Just before 11.00am Thursday, 07 April, Fire and Rescue NSW Narrabeen Station was called to electricity wires down at Anana Road, Elanora Heights. Firefighters established an exclusion area until Ausgrid could repair the wires.
  • Elvina Bay. Just after 8.45am Saturday, 02 April, West Pittwater Rural Fire Service was called to a tree down across wires at Wirringulla Avenue, Elvina Bay. Ausgrid attended to make the electrical wires safe and the RFS crew cleared the tree shortly before 11.00am.
  • Frenchs Forest. Just after 4.15pm Thursday, 07 April, NSW RFS crews from Terrey Hills and Davidson Brigades were called to a tree down on the road at Sorlie Road, Frenchs Forest.
  • Freshwater. Wednesday afternoon, 06 April, NSW SES Manly Unit was called to remove a tree fallen on cars in the car park at the Harbord Hotel at Moore Road, Freshwater.
  • Ingleside. Just after 6.45pm Thursday, 07 April, NSW SES were called to a report of a tree down, blocking Powderworks Road, Ingleside.
  • Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Just after 5.15am Saturday, 02 April, emergency services were called to a report of a Toyota Camry on fire at General San Martin Drive, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. NSW RFS crews from Terrey Hills and Coal and Candle Brigades were first on scene, finding a car alight on the road between Illawong Bay and Akuna Bay. They located the driver, a 25-year-old woman, out of the vehicle and suffering minor smoke inhalation but otherwise uninjured. RFS crews extinguished the fire by 6.00am and the woman was assessed by NSW Ambulance paramedics but not taken to hospital. The road remained closed to traffic until the vehicle was towed just after 8.00am. It is understood the cause of the fire may have been a fault with the vehicle’s battery.
  • Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Shortly before 5.15pm Saturday, 02 April, NSW RFS crews responded to a single-vehicle collision at General San Martin Drive, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, near Cottage Point Road. They found a Silver Lexus which had collided with a road barrier. After checking the area was safe, with no oil on the roadway, they ensured the driver had arranged for the vehicle to be towed before returning to station.
  • North Manly. Just after 8.15am Thursday, 07 April, emergency services, including NSW SES, Fire and Rescue NSW Manly Station and NSW Police, responded to a large tree that had fallen at William Street, North Manly, bringing down power lines and blocking the road. The road remained blocked until after 9.30am.
  • Terrey Hills. Just before 10.15am Sunday, 03 April, Coal and Candle Rural Fire Brigade was called to a chemical leak at Thompson Drive, Terrey Hills. They found a leaking LPG gas cylinder and other chemical containers and requested a hazmat crew for safe disposal.
  • Terrey Hills. Just before 8.15am Friday, 08 April, Sydney Water was notified of a burst water main at Mona Vale Road, Terrey Hills, near McCarrs Creek Road. Traffic in both directions was affected for several hours until repairs could be conducted.

Beach & Waterways

  • Avalon Beach. Saturday, 02 April, erosion caused damage to access stairs at north Avalon Beach.
  • Bilgola Beach. Shortly before 9.00am Saturday, 02 April, Surf Life Saving NSW Bilgola Patrol reported that beach erosion combined with high water levels which were almost at the clubhouse, left no safe location on the beach to launch the jet-ski.
  • Long Reef. Saturday, 02 April, erosion caused damage to the Long Reef boardwalk, washing away some sections.
  • Manly. Saturday, 02 April, Marine Parade, Manly, was closed due to dangerous swell conditions, with access stairs damaged at Bower Lane.
  • Middle Harbour. Shortly after 7.30pm Saturday 02 April, a man was recovered from Middle Harbour after falling off the ferry from Manly to Circular Quay. It was reported the 19-year-old man fell after being outdoors in large swell when the vessel was hit by a wave.
  • Narrabeen. Just after 7.15am Thursday, 07 April, Surf Life Saving NSW South Narrabeen Lifeguard reported a shark sighting in the shallows of the surf. A jet-ski was launched to investigate, completing a search of the area by 8.00am.
  • North Steyne. Shortly before 9.30am Sunday, 03 April, a member of the public reported a shark sighting to Surf Life Saving NSW North Steyne Lifeguard. The shark alarm was sounded for all three Manly beaches while a jet-ski search was conducted. The beach was reopened an hour later after no further sightings.
  • Pittwater. Shortly before 12.30pm Tuesday, 05 April, NSW Police received a distress call from a boat with two people on board, stuck on rocks and taking on water, 300m north of Portuguese Beach, Pittwater. NSW Police Marine Area Command rescued the two occupants from a rock shelf and assisted to recover the boat from the rocks.
  • Queenscliff. Just after 9.45am Saturday, 02 April, Surf Life Saving NSW Queenscliff requested Northern Beaches Council’s assistance at the Queenscliff promenade, near the surf club, where water had undermined the footpath, making it potentially unsafe. Around 50m of the promenade was taped off, pending repair.
  • Queenscliff. Just after 9.00am Sunday, 03 April, Surf Life Saving NSW Queenscliff Patrol reported they were unable to move their Inflatable Rescue Boat (IRB) onto the beach due to beach erosion in front of the club.

Community

  • COVID-19. Two Northern Beaches residents died with a COVID-19 infection this week; an 85-year-old woman who had received three doses of COVID-19 vaccine, reported by NSW Health on Sunday, 03 April; a 73-year-old man with underlying health conditions who had received two doses of COVID-19 vaccine, reported by NSW Health on Wednesday, 06 April.
  • Surf Life Saving NSW. A reminder that Surf Life Saving NSW beach patrols end Monday, 25 April, and will resume Sunday, 18 September 2022.

Images: Northern Beaches Advocate, Luke Gavahan, Northern Beaches On Scene, NSW RFS, NSW SES, Northern Beaches Council

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