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Sydney's light rail network has been thrown into chaos thanks to heavy rain forcing commuters to walk through flooded tunnels.
Passengers were asked to allow extra time for travel this week because a long-lasting deluge has caused flash flooding across the network.
The metro between Castle Hill and Tallawong was cancelled due to a fallen cable overhead in Kellyville.
On Thursday evening commuters were inconvenienced after being forced to evacuate the light rail at Moore Park.
Footage shared to Facebook shows commuters walking single-file in a tunnel walking alongside the light rail.
Upon reaching the end of the tunnel, heavy rain was still falling causing more chaos for commuters.
Sydney could see 50mm of rainfall on Friday, before 120mm is dumped on the Harbour City on Saturday.
Millions are on high alert as a 'life-threatening' rain event continues to pummel Australia's east coast, with warning for flash flooding and dangerous downpours.
A severe weather warning is in place for the New South Wales mid-north coast as heavy rainfall lashes the area on Friday and into the weekend, with a 600mm rain dump predicted for some areas.
'Intense rainfall which may lead to dangerous and life-threatening flash flooding may develop over the Mid North Coast and parts of the Hunter,' the Bureau of Meteorology warned on Friday morning.
This article first appeared on www.dailymail.co.uk
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