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Flood victims return home, many return traumatized
Lance Oakes, 23, has just returned home from South Africa after travelling through the floodwaters. Oakes, from Kurnell Crescent, is hoping to help other flood victims return home.
"I couldn't get in to work so when I went back I was pretty depressed because it wasn't working for me anymore," he said.
"I felt so helpless."
Oakes said he did not know what else to do and was unable to do anything about the damage he received.
"I came home to find that a lot of houses had been destroyed and there were people who were in floods," he said.
"The houses I just came out of...were absolutely destroyed."
Oakes said he came from South Africa to get away from the violence at home.
"I left South Africa and I wanted to move on and help some of those who are still in need," he said.
"To help people get back to where they came from and not be traumatised by something that happened before that.
"I feel like I came back a really, really blessed person, I'm glad my family was not injured, because I didn't even want to see the damage I did to some of my buildings."
One woman from the city has been missing since Monday night.
Ruth Williams said the river had been surging since the morning and was now down between 50 metres and 100 metres for much of Sunday night.
"There's been about four of us on the boat. There's probably another half a dozen who's still out there on the boat," she said.
Ruth Williams said a truck carrying sandbags from a nearby construction site had also been pushed into the water, although she did not know if it would be affected by the flood.
"I just want to make sure that my community isn't flooded out, especially in this part of the city," she said.
"This is just one more example of what happens when you can't stop the flood."
Ruth Williams has been told that the truck's owner would be given an urgent call to pick him up.
"It's a lot of people out there who're just really devastated to know they don't know if anybody's out there... but at least they're safe out there," she said.
Sorry, this video has expired Video: Ruth Williams has been found safe and well (ABC News)
The woman missing and feared drowned is a former soldier and was from the town of Beaumaris.
Ruth Williams said it is "a great feeling" that police are following the "paths of cautio