Natali Pearson reveals some lucky survivors after yesterday's storms. (ABC news: Mridula Amina)
The celebration of the storm that began in Sydney on the afternoon of yesteryear was a bright spot.
"She's alive," Natalie Pearson yelled. "I can not believe Jasmine survived."
Five hours earlier, the water flow had grown through Pearson's mother's house on the northern shore of Sydney, turning the courtyard in the lake.
Mrs Pearson received a one-word message in the morning – "HELP" – from her mother Sheridan Rogers and went to collect pieces.
The city's part received more than a month of rain during the hour, as the tide caused chaos on the roads and caused more than 1,500 calls for help to the NSW Emergency Service.
But the monkeys – and the damage done by Mr Roger to thousands of dollars – were something smiling.
Jasmin's fish were in the next yard of a neighboring country, swam and save lives.
The flash was so powerful that Jasmine was abandoned from her home in the Rogers pond and threw him over the fence.
"Quickly grab a bucket," Roger gut Billy Gleeson, who lives on three doors.
The champagne cooler was the first thing they could put on their hands, and Jasmine quickly returned to her home.
"My granddaughter will be happy," she said, as Jasmine was joined by some of her friends.
"The fish is named after her."
This moment was a brilliant place on an otherwise dark day for the unlucky group of people on Lytton Street, which was on the Camellay Canyon, one of the worst hit by storms last night.
The four properties were flooded by miraculous floods that spilled around the courtyards and at home.
Sarah O & # 39; Callghan wakes up to find her living room under water.
"I could not believe it," she said, pointing to the high water mark on her wall.
"I heard the water across the courtyard, it took about five minutes to fill in and come in.
"There was nothing I could do."
Scheduling in the evening at Sarah O & # 39; Callaghan's house. (Off: Sarah O & # 39; Callaghan)
The next door to Michael Flude was waiting until his insurance company arrived.
"Do not worry about it," he said, as the visitors tried to wipe the courier legs out of his door with a gentle leg.
"You do not need it."
Soon it became clear why.
Mr Flude's lounge looked like it was ruined by large smoke thieves.
His black sofa was in the kitchen, surrounded by portable fans.
Their whistling was not a big difference.
Locals in Lytton Street have broken their green shoes as the day went on. (ABC news: Mridula Amina)
"The water was so powerful," said Flude.
"It was extrodinary."
Damage to Lytton Street was caused by a temporary river that developed at the top of the nearby park and demolished on a mountain.
The force was so powerful that it demolished the gates from their hinges and flooded the apartment complex of laundry.
Back in place of R. Rogers, the fish search continued – this time under the house.
"There's more, I've found a few," said Pearson.
Her mother runs a smile and laugh, as she carefully placed another batch back in her pond.
There were 13 more missing.
There was no chance for this laundry, because the flood was on the top. (ABC news: Mridula Amina)
"Oh God," Rogers said, looking at her home.
"How do they get water from the water? My air conditioning and heating system is gone.
"It's just a weird thing. I've never seen anything like that."
If she has not forgotten this incident, Jasmine's Goldfish will undoubtedly agree.
Despite the fact that under-ground flooded waters, most of the fish were safely returned. (ABC news: Mridula Amina)
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