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AUSTRALIA FIRES RAGE OUT OF CONTROL ON 'CATASTROPHIC' DAY  
Army expected to be deployed to help fight more than 100 fires in country’s east
More than 100 fires are raging across eastern Australia, dozens of them running out of control, but the country has so far escaped its predicted “catastrophic” fire day without further loss of life.At least 170 houses have been razed, but no lives were lost on Tuesday, predicted by fire chiefs to be the most dangerous bushfire conditions the country had ever seen.

Three people died in out-of-control bushfires at the weekend, two of them apparently trying to flee fast-moving fire fronts in cars. In one of Australia’s largest peacetime military mobilisations, the army is expected to be deployed – including an unprecedented compulsory call-up of reserve soldiers – to assist in the firefighting and the clean-up from widespread fires, some of which have burned for weeks over more than a million hectares. Read more HERE.

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Army expected to be deployed to help fight more than 100 fires in country’s east
More than 100 fires are raging across eastern Australia, dozens of them running out of control, but the country has so far escaped its predicted “catastrophic” fire day without further loss of life.At least 170 houses have been razed, but no lives were lost on Tuesday, predicted by fire chiefs to be the most dangerous bushfire conditions the country had ever seen.

Three people died in out-of-control bushfires at the weekend, two of them apparently trying to flee fast-moving fire fronts in cars. In one of Australia’s largest peacetime military mobilisations, the army is expected to be deployed – including an unprecedented compulsory call-up of reserve soldiers – to assist in the firefighting and the clean-up from widespread fires, some of which have burned for weeks over more than a million hectares. Read more HERE.

#Tune1st #BREAKING #FireEmergency #firesNSW #Sydney #sydneyfires #sydneyweather #AUSTRALIANBUSHFIRES #evacuation #Emergency #ClimateCrisis #ClimateChange #ClimateAction #life #catastrophic #NSWbushfires #NSWfires #nswfire

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Published on 12/11/2019 @ 0:13 PM   | |