Farming family goes viral in flood video

DROWNING IN DANDALOO: Kate Broughton talks about the poor condition of Jamea Road, especially since the rain has begun. Photo: Still from YOUTUBE.com

DROWNING IN DANDALOO: Kate Broughton talks about the poor condition of Jamea Road, especially since the rain has begun. Photo: Still from YOUTUBE.com

A farming family in the Narromine Shire are shocked at how far their video has travelled.

The Broughtons from Dandaloo created a video to show the Narromine Shire Council the impact the poor condition of their road is having on their farming business and their family. 

Both the video creator Kate Broughton and the Narromine News and Trangie Advocate uploaded the video on Thursday morning to Facebook and it has since been viewed over 100,000 times and shared almost 3000 times. 

Mrs Broughton was bewildered on Friday morning saying she’d been contacted by family and friends for overseas. 

“It was originally only meant for council and our family and friends. We have no experience in making videos,” she said.

See the video here.

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