NSW State Emergency Service (NSW SES) volunteers are still busy responding to damage caused by a supercell storm that tore through parts of the Coffs Harbour region.
On Wednesday (October 20), Toormina, Boambee East and Sawtell were hit by a vast volume of hail, which blanketed the ground.
Heavy rain and strong winds also battered the area.
A large-scale multi agency response led by the NSW State Emergency Service was launched in response, with crews from the Bellingen, Corindi-Woolgoolga, Urunga, Dorrigo and Yamba Units all involved in the operation.
NSW Rural Fire Service, Fire and Rescue NSW and the NSW Police Force were also there to assist.
If anyone needs assistance in preparing for potential storms, visit the SES website at ses.nsw.gov.au.
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