The falling stones are falling from the sky, smashing into Jade Antm and Jade Goody’s home.
The pair have been out to watch their dogs in the backyard of their property on Lake Wylie, near Geelong, in Victoria’s south-east, when they say a rock hit them in the face.
They said they heard a loud bang and then felt a large impact.
“It felt like the earth just shook and we thought, ‘Oh my god, this is going to be bad’,” Jade Ants said.
“The next thing we knew, we felt the earth fall on top of us.”
Jade Antm said the force of the fall knocked out a part of her jaw.
“I thought it was a really big rock that had hit me,” she said.
Jade Goody said she had a feeling something was wrong when she noticed a hole in the roof.
“We just turned the corner, and I just thought, I’m not seeing anything,” she told 7.30.
“When we got back to the house, there was a hole all over the roof and everything was just gone.”
She said the damage was so extensive she had to rebuild the roof, and had to replace the roofing.
“They are very lucky that they’re not hurt worse,” she added.
The two dogs, a 10-year-old female and a 7-year old male, were taken to the emergency department for treatment, with Jade Ant and Jade’s brother at home in Geelong.
“That’s when we knew something was going on,” Jade Ant said.
The family said they hoped their neighbours would be able to help them fix the roof of their house.
“If we get to a point where we need to go to the police station, we’ll be out there,” Jade said.
Topics:earthquake,environment,environmental-impact,environment-management,weather,earthquakes,environmentall-islands,vic,vicstate-4533,barrister-bay-4725,australiaFirst posted April 21, 2019 12:41:08Contact Jacqui McCarthyMore stories from Victoria