At least one person has been killed, and thousands have been left without power, after storms battered the Australian state of Victoria.
Wind gusts and storms lashed the Australian state of Victoria on Sunday, killing one woman and disrupting power supplies to more than 100,000 people.
Roughly 120,000 homes were without power across the country’s second-most populous state and Melbourne’s International Airport closed one of two runways, causing significant delays.
A woman in her 50s died when a tree fell on her home in the town of Milgrove, east of Melbourne, Victorian Emergency Management Commissioner Craig Lapsley said. Falling trees injured several other people.
The electricity outages come a week after severe storms and lighting strikes left all of South Australia state without power for nearly 24 hours, grinding industries to a halt.