A TRAMPOLINE has crashed into a Kennington roof after wild weather lashed the region on Tuesday night.
The State Emergency Service was called to the Winterborne Rise address about 9.20am on Wednesday.
Crews found the trampoline lodged on the roof of a home.
No one was injured in the incident and there was no damage to the building.
CRASHING thunder claps woke Bendigo residents just after midnight as storms hit the region.
Bendigo received nearly 16 millimetres of rain between midnight and 4am on Wednesday.
The bulk of rain fell between 1.30 and 2am, with seven millimetres in half an hour.
The VicEmergency app shows no trees down in central Victoria, despite the heavy weather.
Bendigo's State Emergency Service said it was yet to have a single callout for damage.
Rain is likely to continue on Wednesday evening in Bendigo. Showers are also likely on Thursday morning.
Temperatures in the mid-to-low teens are forecast for the rest of the week.
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