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The wildest photos from Melbourne’s storm of the century

Wild storms ripped through Melbourne this week, leaving a devastating trail of destruction. 10,000 Victorians were left without power as 120km/hr winds lashed the state.

Trees were uprooted, homes destroyed and cars flipped over as residents were left to pick up the pieces

The photos broadcast across TVs and on social media left the rest of the country speechless:

A tree met its fate in Belgrave.

A tree met its fate in Belgrave. (Image: Simon Brown)

A house crushed by debris

A house left uninhabitable by fallen debris. (Image: Patrick Rocca)

Menzies Creek Hall

Menzies Creek Hall bent but didn’t break. (Image: Kelly Galvin)

A fallen tree wreaked havoc in Thornbury.

A fallen tree wreaked havoc in Thornbury. (Mathew Lynn)

A roof has blown off a house in Essendon, shutting down the street.

A roof has blown off a house in Essendon, shutting down the street. (Image: Paul Jeffers)

A tree crushed a house in Millgrove.

A tree crushed a house in Millgrove. (Image: Mathew Lynn)

The storm couldn't dampen Zosia and Luna's spirits.

The storm couldn’t dampen Zosia and Luna’s spirits. (Image: Mathew Lynn)

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