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As teams of people move into areas of Queensland to support people affected by floodwaters, it's often the case that those providing the help are also victims. The World Today speaks to Lifeline family counsellor, Kim Hurle, who's been kept busy in the central Queensland town of Emerald by dealing with clients, and her own personal losses. Source: abc.net.au

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