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Australian authorities Sunday said they found a third body in the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie and accompanying floods that swamped the country's east coast, as receding waters start revealing the human and economic cost of the storm.The body of 77-year-old Nelson Raebel was found in floodwaters in the state of Queensland Saturday afternoon, Queensland Police said, bringing the national death toll to three since the cyclone hit Tuesday.Authorities are still searching for another three people that remain missing in flood-hit areas of Queensland.Cyclone Debbie, a category four storm, one short of the most powerful level five, pounded Queensland state Tuesday, smashing tourist resorts, bringing down power lines and shutting down coal mines.
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