Baker drowns in floodwaters at Seymour Another of Mr Loweke'sfriends said he had driven over that samebridge only an hour before MrLoweke'sdeath.
"There's no street lighting there, so he would have had no idea what was coming," he said. "He would have headed straight into the water and not seen it." He was also fond of horseracing and his bakery shop window was adorned with winning photographs, including that of local champion Work the Body in which he coach outlet san marcos was a part owner. Customers tried to leave condolences at the shopon Monday, but coach outlet online login it remained closed following the tragedy. "I would come here every day," said Anita, a long time customer. "I'm so sad because he was such a happy man. Very friendly. Such a personality." The Victoria Police Search and Rescue Squadco ordinatedthe removal of his body and vanfrom the creek, joined by local police, the SES and air wingat the scene. SES state duty officer Mark Cattellsaid a local crew had beenresponding to another incident in Delatite Road coach outlet locations 440 when they saw the van coach outlet orlando attempting to cross the bridge. Mr Cattellcould not give details of the rescue attempt, but said peer support was in place for the crews affected by the unsuccessfulattempt.
He said 170 calls had been made to the SES for help overnight, mostly in Seymour, Wangaratta and Frankston. Most calls were about fallen trees and water inside light fittings. Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Peter Blake said the storm had crawled through the area, with nearby weather station readingsrecording high levels of rain.
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