The Lebanese diaspora in Australia was hit once again by devastating news after the bodies of two Lebanese men, Ghosn Ghosn and Bob Chahine, were found as a result of catastrophic floods that affected Sydney and its suburbs.
Last week, a group of four men attempted to cross Prestons Creek in the Southern Tablelands before the vehicle was swept away in floodwaters.
However, according to local media, only two of the four men managed to free themselves.
On Sunday, Chahine’s body was found about 50 km from the scene, just a few days after his friend Ghosn was found.
Just last week, the Lebanese community in Australia mourned 23-years-old Lebanese-Australian Grace Rached, who was killed in the stampede of the South Korean Halloween parade.