SA agencies swamped by NT refugee influx
Welfare agencies in South Australia are urgently assessing the care needed for 90 Aboriginal people who have sought refuge in Adelaide.
They fled south from civil unrest in their Northern Territory community of Yuendumu, north-west of Alice Springs.
The men, women and children need beds, blankets and food, and in some cases urgent medical care.
They spent their first night in SA in emergency accommodation in Adelaide's north and are now expected to be moved to somewhere more permanent.