Bradley Mitchell inspects the wreckage of yachts washed ashore by Cyclone Debbie at Shute Harbour near Airlie Beach in northern Australia on Wednesday. Photo: EPA Bradley Mitchell inspects the wreckage of yachts washed ashore by Cyclone Debbie at Shute Harbour near Airlie Beach in northern Australia on Wednesday. Photo: EPA
Bradley Mitchell inspects the wreckage of yachts washed ashore by Cyclone Debbie at Shute Harbour near Airlie Beach in northern Australia on Wednesday. Photo: EPA

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Bradley Mitchell inspects the wreckage of yachts washed ashore by Cyclone Debbie at Shute Harbour near Airlie Beach in northern Australia on Wednesday. Photo: EPA Bradley Mitchell inspects the wreckage of yachts washed ashore by Cyclone Debbie at Shute Harbour near Airlie Beach in northern Australia on Wednesday. Photo: EPA
Bradley Mitchell inspects the wreckage of yachts washed ashore by Cyclone Debbie at Shute Harbour near Airlie Beach in northern Australia on Wednesday. Photo: EPA
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