Film-maker captures dust storm enveloping Western Australia beach – video

Film-maker Chris Lewis has captured a blaze of red dust covering a beach in Geraldton, Western Australia, as ex-Tropical Cyclone Mangga batters the southern part of the state. Lewis said the dust had travelled ‘hundreds of kilometres away’ to meet the sea. The ex-tropical cyclone has damaged homes and left thousands without power

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