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The community complains of a 14-year-old boy killed in Sidney's storm



In his opinion, her soul has calmed down her heartfelt respect for her 14-year-old boy, who lost his life yesterday in a deadly storm.

The heartfelt social media outbreak of the 14-year-old Sydney's terrible storm has spoken of a special relationship with her boyfriend.

Sydney's Upper North Coast community is shocking, as the popular football player and Pennant Hills High School student Dylan Langhorne was named a tragic accident after last night's heavy rains.

He died after a horrific two-vehicle crash at Thornleigh, on the upper northern shore of Sydney, and the male driver died when the car collided with a pole at Old Prospect Rd in the south of Wentworthville at around noon. 19:00.

Teenagers Janda Thompson talked about a special relationship with their boys in the social media at night. "If I could just keep my boyfriend, I love you," she said.

"Today was a tragic accident. I will never forget our special bond that we have, and you can tell me something. Love your beloved, and if you can see the most amazing support that we receive today, what you will hate.

"You will always be on my side, and I always say that I have five beautiful glamorous children."

She labeled her fiancée Shane Langhorne emotionally, saying that he knew they were "best parents."

Gfundme's page has begun a family friend to help cover the cost of a teenage funeral. A spokeswoman for the Paananthill High School said that students were hurt to lose their "dear beloved student."

"We can not begin to explain the horrors that it has created for our school and its society," said the statement.

"Our thoughts, expectations and prayers are related to the family, friends, pupils and teachers who are saddened.

"If anyone thinks that it's hard for him to cope in such a difficult time, please do not hesitate to seek help from our teachers or consultants (sic)." The Pennant Hills High School is a community.

"In those times we are not torn, we are united and brought just closer.

"We will find the strength to overcome these incomprehensible times." Dilan Football Club Thornleigh Thunder FC has come to the social media to express its condolences.

"With the heaviest heart and the great sorrows, we commend our condolences to Shane and Yanda and our families," writes the club's spokesman.

"No one of us can understand how they feel right now, nor begin to know what to say or do. On behalf of the Thunder Family, we send our / your sympathy with you in this mindless time."

Dylan was one of three victims in yesterday's horror storm.

Tragically, NSW's SES volunteer died at the age of 40 when he "collapsed" while he was working at Flinders, south of Vulonong.

The third person who was still identified died when his car collided with Power pole near the Old Prospect Rd in the south of Wentworthville around 07:00 yesterday evening.

"This is a tragic event, and my deepest sympathies are with my family and friends," Foreign Minister Troy Grant said in a statement.

"My thoughts and prayers are also with the wider community of emergency services," he added.

Two police officers were seriously injured when trees fell on their car at North Ryde.

The female officer was suspected of a broken leg and a man was killed. The flood waters have started to dissipate and a serious weather warning has been lifted, although there are potentially powerful blowers.

"We are worried that under the conditions of the drained ground, we will see road debris, trees and tree branches cut off either on roads or in properties," said Ashley Sullivan of the NSW State Emergency Service Channel Seven.

"Therefore, we ask that people be cautious."

SES received almost 5,000 requests for assistance, resulting in more than 2,000 jobs on Wednesday, including 18 flood survivors.

About 140 jobs are still outstanding, said Sullivan. Only about 1000 homes and businesses in the north of Sydney are still powerless when the crew spent night-time restoration services throughout the city.

Flights at Sydney Airport and beyond continue to be delayed due to bad weather, and Thursday's morning at least four domestic flights were canceled.


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