More wind damage to south of city, says SES

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ACT Emergency Services have responded to 124 calls for help from the community following damaging winds over the last 24 hours.

They say most calls were due to fallen trees across the ACT’s south, including Tuggeranong and Calwell with only a few jobs reported on the northside of Canberra.

ACTSES says the community should remain alert and avoid parking vehicles under trees and stay away from fallen power lines.

Call 132500 for help during storms or floods. In a life-threatening emergency, always call Triple Zero (000).

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