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FAMILIAR FEELING: 
Sue Downie could only smile at the Painters Island Caravan Park yesterday as the water from the Ovens River flowed in to engulf the facilties. PHOTO: Steve Kelly

Make it 12

LUCK’S a fortune, but for Sue and Shane Downie it was a laughable situation as the Ovens River burst its banks yesterday.

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