Flights in and out of Sydney disrupted after worst dust storm in 70 years

We’ve been looking at some of the photos from yesterday in Sydney where residents woke up to an orange doomsday-esque scene caused by the biggest dust strom in 70 years.

Winds carried topsoil from the dry inland to the coast causing disruptions to Flights from Sydney Airport, fery crossings and traffic.

Luckily no one was seriously hurt by the storm but emergency services were flooded with calls from people experiencing breathing difficulties

Check out the photo gallery from The Sydney Morning Herald or watch the video below from a Sydney resident who describes the day as “waking up on Mars”!

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