Nearly 48 hours ago in Sydney, there was subsidence in a section of the Lane Cove Tunnel construction, which lead to a large hole forming below an apartment block. This hole has finally been filled with concrete (took well over a day and hundreds of trucks).
The entire complex was evacuated, though it is the front lot (3 storey) that's the dangerous part. Residents of the back apartments will be allowed back in tomorrow to retrieve belongings and apparently rescue personnel will be going into the three flats next to the one shown. But the one shown, which finally lost its balcony and front room late yesterday, and the two above it are still too dangerous for anyone to enter.
There was only one pet in the whole of the complex, a baby cockateil called Tweety. And the poor little birdy is stuck on the top floor above the hole. And the story has become: can Tweety be rescued (if still alive, was being handfed)?
Ray Martin questioned the cop in charge tonight, he said they're looking at sending the rescue unit robots into the barred apartments tomorrow, and they will see if Tweety's alive and then hopefully, use the robot to bring the cage out.
So please have a little prayer for Tweety and the robot.