Andrew Gee concerned for Eugowra flood victims whose homes were destroyed

Riley Krause
Updated November 24 2022 - 9:52pm, first published 3:00pm
Eugowra resident Tony Toohey talking to Member for Orange Phil Donato and Cabonne Mayor Kevin Beatty on Tuesday. Picture by Carla Freedman.
Eugowra resident Tony Toohey talking to Member for Orange Phil Donato and Cabonne Mayor Kevin Beatty on Tuesday. Picture by Carla Freedman.

Concerns are growing that Eugowra residents will start returning to their flood damaged homes before they are safe because there is "nowhere else to go."

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Riley Krause

Riley Krause

Senior Journalist

I am a senior journalist for the Central Western Daily. A jack of all trades, I cover everything from sport, to human interest stories and crime. Drop me an email at riley.krause@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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