The squally wind, accompanied by heavy rains and hail, hit the Australian state of New South Wales.
As a result of the collapse of the roof of the building in the town of Kurri-Curry in the region of Hunter, two people were injured and hospitalized.
The State Emergency Service on Monday afternoon responded to more than 400 calls from local residents with requests for help. In various parts of the state, trees were uprooted from the roots, power lines were damaged, buildings and cars were damaged. As a result of bad weather, there were power failures.