A man has died after being pulled unconscious from the river northwest of Sydney.
It comes because two small children are pulled from the water in the city's northern coast, in which one needs a CPR.
Temperatures in Sydney are just as high as 34 c on the second day of summer in Sydney.
On Sunday morning, a 32-year-old man was found missing in the river Colo and disappeared from the water body near Puti Road.
The Witnesses did CPR on her until the Péarmédique came, but she died on the scene because her friends saw huge friends.
Local man Greg Hicks gave 9 news that the guy disappeared under the surface and was found only after 15-20 minutes.
Colo is believed to have strong neighbors in the river and last week's terrible Sydney storm is believed to be full of scraps like logs.
The police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident and will prepare a report for the coroner.
In Narraben, in the city's northern coast, two children under 10 years of age were drawn with water. A young boy was seen in trouble when an old girl was underwater.
30 viewers entered the lagoon to recover the children.
The pair were taken to the hospital, both are stable but the girl is in a serious condition.
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