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DeScent drowned tragically (is there any other way) in a Brisbane drain as a result of a flash flood.

 

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Nice tribute Doug, I remember reading about this, a tragic reminder of the dangers of draining. I'll share this onto the Facebook group as well. Cheers :thumb 

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On ‎13‎/‎10‎/‎2017 at 9:23 PM, The_Raw said:

Nice tribute Doug, I remember reading about this, a tragic reminder of the dangers of draining. I'll share this onto the Facebook group as well. Cheers :thumb 

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