Northshore teams assist in the Dianella tornado clean-up
State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers resppnded in huge numbers to assist after thunderstorms and a Tornado hit Perth metropolitan area, York, Mandurah and surrounding areas.
The SES answeredered more than 140 calls for help, mostly from Morley & Dianella, after the storm hit on Thursday afternoon.
More than 60 SES volunteers from over 10 different units came to gether to assist, and they will continue to attend to the remaining calls, making temporary repairs to homes, fixing minor roof damage and removing fallen trees from homes, cars and fences.
SES volunteers have been supported by FESA career Fire and Rescue Service firefighters and Urban Search and Rescue.
WA Police, Western Power, Department of Child Protection, Main Roads, Water Corporation, Department of Health, Department of Conservation Pollution Response Unit, Department of Education, Salvation Army and the City of Stirling are also working with FESA.
Clean up efforts were finished by around 1800hrs on Friday.