Another vehicle has been caught up in floodwaters as several roads around Tamworth remain closed.
The truck came unstuck on Burgmanns Lane in Calala.
Steve Grierson, who lives around the corner, came across the truck on Tuesday morning and grabbed a quick photo.
"Water had gotten pretty high there. By the time I took the photo it had dropped but it would have been 6-8 feet high - maybe more," Mr Grierson said.
Both Tamworth Regional Council and the SES have put out several warnings about floodwaters.
Tamworth SES' latest warning came on Monday when, in a Facebook post, they said: "Timely reminder with heavy rain, to never walk, ride or drive through flooded causeways."
In a statement, council said: "We have had reports of a few local drivers removing road closed signs, so they can use roads. As the flooding danger has not passed, we remind residents to follow road closure signs for their own safety."
SES Division Commander Katrina Miegel said it's been a crazy summer so far and they expect more damage with another thunderstorm expected to barrel through.
"In the last three weeks we've had everything from flood rescues with animals in the water; yesterday was animals in the water as well," she said.
"We've had people trapped, we've had overfill flooding, evacuations, isolated communities resupply.
"Plus the storm jobs the trees down on houses, roofs damaged and a lot of leaking properties - sandbags, lots of sandbags, things like that.
"I think we've just about covered off everything possible in the last three weeks."
Roads closed as of 4.15pm are:
Burgmanns Lane, Calala
Duri Dungowan Road, Dungowan
Wallamore Road, Westdale
Warral Road, Warral Tamworth
William Street, Barraba