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Fiona Simpson was nominated for the Bravery Award after saving the baby's life in the QLD hailstorm



Days after Fiona Simpson made a decision to protect her baby from giant hailstones after the fierce weather erased her car windows, the young Queensland mother was eyed for a bravery award.

Ms. Simpson, 23, rescued However, her girl's life was left behind with horrible bruises and cuts as Hail near Kingaroy unleashed the rear window and windshield of her car.

Prime Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk said it was an "extraordinary" story and promised to recommend Simpson for bravery

"We will recommend her for a bravery prize," said Queensland's Prime Minister on Sunday.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison also praised the courage of Mrs. Simpson.

"I think she's one of the bravest people I've read lately," Mr. Morrison said.

Ms. Simpson was on the D & # 39; Aguilar Highway on Thursday afternoon with her grandmother and baby daughter Clara between Kingaroy and Gympie when she was suspending tennis ball (1

9659002) "I was unaware of the danger hail could do," Ms. Simpson told Nine News.

"I jumped into the backseat and just covered (Clara ) with my body. hoping it will pass, but it's getting heavier.

She and her grandmother had to spend a night in hospital and she exposed confrontations of images of her injuries in social media and completely bared her back, shoulders and arms

The bravery nomination comes as meteorologists east and west West Coast warn that Australia's wild weather is not over yet.

Heavy rain is the weather that sees most of Australia outside its window for the next few days as the East Coast tries to clean up the damage of a week of wild thunderstorms

A number of people were hospitalized in Queensland this week, including Ms. Simpson, her mother and child, after much of the state was hit with a thunderclap. A Perth on the west coast was also hit by heavy thunderstorms last night haunted, with a gravure system, which in the next few days heavy rain in the south of the S taates should bring [196592002Ifthelow-pressuresystemmoveseastwardsinthesouthwesternpartofAustraliatheconditionsarehigh

Coupled with the potential for storms, the firefighters in the west are on high alert.

The Cold The Western Australian front brought good rainfall to the state, with Bunbury experiencing the heaviest rain in two months.

When the rain disappears in Western Australia, the storms will move to South Australia and bring a few strong showers and warmer weather. Tasmania will experience some of the warmest days in Hobart expected in the mid-20s, the hottest day in seven months.

Drought-hit farmers can also breathe a sigh of relief with Sky Weather forecasting a large rain belt that spreads through the center of Victoria, parts of South Australia, and Central and West NSW and Queensland.

"This is an area that could see many storms especially in central and northern NSW and western Queensland," Sky weather metronomist Tristan Meyers said

The heavy coastal showers that were predicted for much of the Australian east coast [219652] A spiral-shaped gravure system hovering over Queensland with the border town of Tweed Heads and the Gold Coast and Brisbane expects more than 50 mm of rain over the next few days.

But over the week, these regions will dry out as the gravure system weakens. 19659002] By Wednesday, conditions will ease and the heavy thunderstorms and rains that hit the region in October are expected to cease.

Overnight, heavy thunderstorms in Queensland produce some good precipitation rates for cities like Caloundra and Yeppoon

The central cities in Queensland had their wettest days in six months, while Yeppoon recorded more than 20 mm of rain in the gauge

Heavy rains are being hit today NSW and Queensland are encountering wild weather that also causes dangerous surf conditions along the East Coast.

NSW and Queensland residents are also warned that when severe thunderstorms come, they could be hit with the big hail and damaging winds of the states earlier in the week.

The Bureau of Meteorology issued a severe thunderstorm warning, with destructive winds and heavy rains, which were predicted to strike parts of the Central Coast, Whitsunday, Central Highlands, Coalfields and Capricornia

in the region, in the storm is moving up and down the coast, said BOM Senior Forecaster Gabriel Branescu

A Warning for Storms in the Peninsula and North Tropical Coast and Tablelands

Strong wind warnings have also been issued for the Sunshine Coast and Moreton Bay.

The weather observers have been watching over a complex depression in the southeast that runs towards the coast. [19659002] The damage from the Thursday's storms is still being evaluated over the weekend, but it's expected to be strong, eradicated with harvests, killing animals and tearing roofs out of homes.

An 11-year-old boy remains in critical condition at a hospital in Brisbane after being nailed under a large tree during cleaning work on a private property in Coolabunia.

A young mother also recovers from considerable bruising after being forced to use her body to protect her baby trapped in the rage of the sudden hailstorm in a car in the same area.

Precipitation will persist throughout the northeastern NSW, with forecasts of strong winds and surges triggering alerts for anyone approaching the coast.

The Bure Au of Meteorology has issued a surf warning for the coast from Sydney to Byron, which states that the conditions for activities such as rock fishing, boating and swimming will be dangerous.

Showers will be on Sunday and in the week over NSW's East with Heavy Rain in the middle north coast of the state, which initiated a flood warning.

The northern rivers in Orara, Bellinger and Kalang could be flooded as heavy rains hit the area, said BOM forecaster Gabrielle Woodhouse

"People should stay alert but not alarmed," said the forecaster.

With wires


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