SUPER STORM... Blyth Snowtown Football Club representative Paul McCormack in front of the upgraded clubrooms, which had been officially opened for one week before winds exceeding 150km/h ripped the roof off the facility.	SUPER STORM... Blyth Snowtown Football Club representative Paul McCormack in front of the upgraded clubrooms, which had been officially opened for one week before winds exceeding 150km/h ripped the roof off the facility. Photo: The Plains Producer

Superstorm shocks Snowtown

WILD weather caused extensive damage in Snowtown and lashed other parts of Yorke Pen­insula on Saturday, December 1.

Wind gusts reached speeds of 156km/h in Snowtown, ripping the roof off the recently-upgraded football and netball clubrooms as well as homes and businesses.  

SES Mid North district officer Sue Gage said the service received multiple call outs, most to Snowtown.

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