FLOOD PICS: Cattle roaming in Casino streets

ABOVE: SES and VRA volunteers trying to catch the streetwise cow in Casino. Photos: JW Media
Susanna Freymark

Cattle were disorientated and some were roaming the streets in Casino today.

Richmond Valley Council urged residents not to approach them.

If residents see any rogue cows, they should phone 6660 0300 and council rangers will attend where possible, council advised.

“If you are the owner, or know who these cattle belong to, also call 6660 0300.”

Casino based photographer Jackson Whitney captured today’s ‘herding’ on camera.

Photo: JW Media

Evacuation Centres

Rappville residents are advised to head to the Rappville Public School.

In Coraki go to high ground at Coraki Uniting Church in Adam Street

The Woodburn-Evans Head Pre School in Woodburn Street is being used as the evacuation centre in Woodburn.

In Kyogle, the evacuation centre is at the Kyogle Memorial Institute Hall.

In Mallanganee, the hall is open for coffee and biscuits and for anyone west of  the range who has to evacuate.

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