Twice in a week, photos reveal the hail damage

Paul Crowfoot and his family were amazed by the size of the hailstones that fell on Saturday.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SOME incredible shots from Saturday’s hail storm showing hailstones the size of golfballs and the damaging impact they had on vehicles, roofs, sheds and windows.The hail storm the second in a week to follow a corridor through the Boambee Valley pelted dowing over Boambee East, Toormina, Sawtell and the Jetty.

Insurance assessors and hail damage repairers still working on the damage from last Monday’s hail storm will have their work cut out for them this morning.

One vehicle repairer said the earliest they could book in a hail damaged car for repair was December 2.

A hail repair specialist said they’ll be working on cars until late in the evening every night for the next couple of weeks.

Images sent to the Advocate show the main street of Sawtell covered in ice and the iconic fig trees stripped of leaves.

There were also reports of large hail stones at Arrawarra and also at Upper Corindi, where local blueberry farms reported damage to their crops.

Once again it appears the suburbs between Coffs Harbour North and Woolgoolga dodged a bullet.

 

 

 

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