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Australia Wildfires: Emergency Declared in Fire-Hit Areas

World | | November 12, 2019, 11:05 am
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 A National Parks and Wildlife crew member fights flames at Half Chain road at Koorainghat, near Taree in New South Wales state. (Image: AP)
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A National Parks and Wildlife crew member fights flames at Half Chain road at Koorainghat, near Taree in New South Wales state. (Image: AP)

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 Firefighters work to contain a bushfire along Old Bar road in Old Bar. Wildfires razing Australia's drought-stricken east coast have left two people dead and several missing, more than 30 injured and over 150 homes destroyed. (Image: AP)
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Firefighters work to contain a bushfire along Old Bar road in Old Bar. Wildfires razing Australia's drought-stricken east coast have left two people dead and several missing, more than 30 injured and over 150 homes destroyed. (Image: AP)

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 Fire and Rescue NSW firefighters conduct property protection as a bushfire burns close to homes on Railway Parade in Woodford NSW. (Image: AP)
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Fire and Rescue NSW firefighters conduct property protection as a bushfire burns close to homes on Railway Parade in Woodford NSW. (Image: AP)

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 Jamie Fato prepares to stop an out of control fire entering Owen Whalan's property at Koorainghat, near Taree, New South Wales state. Hundreds of schools remained closed across Australia's most populous state and residents were urged to evacuate woodlands for the relative safety of city centres as authorities braced for extreme fire danger. (Image: AP)
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Jamie Fato prepares to stop an out of control fire entering Owen Whalan's property at Koorainghat, near Taree, New South Wales state. Hundreds of schools remained closed across Australia's most populous state and residents were urged to evacuate woodlands for the relative safety of city centres as authorities braced for extreme fire danger. (Image: AP)

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 Locals watch smoke from a large bushfire outside Nana Glen, near Coffs Harbour. Ferocious wildfires were burning at emergency-level intensity across Australia's most populous state on Tuesday as authorities warned most populations in their paths that there was no longer time to flee. (Image: AP)
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Locals watch smoke from a large bushfire outside Nana Glen, near Coffs Harbour. Ferocious wildfires were burning at emergency-level intensity across Australia's most populous state on Tuesday as authorities warned most populations in their paths that there was no longer time to flee. (Image: AP)

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 Firefighters work on a controlled burn in Koorainghat, New South Wales state, Australia. Hundreds of schools remained closed across Australia's most populous state and residents were urged to evacuate woodlands for the relative safety of city centres as authorities braced for extreme fire danger. (Image: AP)
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Firefighters work on a controlled burn in Koorainghat, New South Wales state, Australia. Hundreds of schools remained closed across Australia's most populous state and residents were urged to evacuate woodlands for the relative safety of city centres as authorities braced for extreme fire danger. (Image: AP)

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 Lyn and Peter Iverson watch their burnt-out office and shed on their property following a bushfire at Half Chain road, Koorainghat, New South Wales state. (Image: PTI)
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Lyn and Peter Iverson watch their burnt-out office and shed on their property following a bushfire at Half Chain road, Koorainghat, New South Wales state. (Image: PTI)

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 Damage caused by a bushfire is seen at resident Brian Williams' resort at Lake Cooroibah Road in Noosa Shire, Queensland, Australia. (Image: AP)
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Damage caused by a bushfire is seen at resident Brian Williams' resort at Lake Cooroibah Road in Noosa Shire, Queensland, Australia. (Image: AP)

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