In the devastating Bush fires in Eastern Australia are at least two people were killed. A further seven people are considered missing, as the head of government of the state of New South Wales, Gladys Berejiklian, announced on Saturday. According to the fire brigade were destroyed on Friday a hundred homes by the flames. More than 30 people were injured, most of them firefighters.
What do the firefighters will also have been in many Videos published on Social Media:
This shows the dangerous conditions that have confronted firefighters and residents today. This is the crew from Warringah HQ at the hill Ville fire near Taree. #nswrfs#nswfirespic.twitter.com/lIhnF8P1Qf– NSW RFS (@NSWRFS) November 8, 2019
WATCH: More than 100 homes have been destroyed as wildfires continue burning across New South Wales, Australia, Friday; three people are missing and 35 have been injured, including 16 firefighters, officials say.#Bushfire#Australia#firefighters pic.twitter.com/NY7lf7Tybo— NANO (@Cecilia nano) November 8, 2019
Terrifying video shows firefighters in New South Wales driving through an inferno #bushfire #fire #firefighters #newsouth Wales #australia - @abcnews pic.twitter.com/lNN3J2OOLN— Dell news (@Dellnews_) November 8, 2019
One of the victims was found, according to the rescue services, in a car, a woman had died, despite hours of medical rescue efforts. The number of dead could rise in the course of the day, said Berejiklian more. Despite a small breather on Saturday, the weather forecast for the coming week indicates that "the worst is not yet over".
Almost a hundred Bush fires burning currently in the States of New South Wales and Queensland on a thousand-Kilometer-long strip along the East coast; five of them are still highly dangerous. Prime Minister Scott Morrision has called the high number of Bush fires "incredibly worrying". He called on the population to bring in security and to comply with the instructions of the emergency services sequence.
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In some areas, the residents of escape routes were cut off and were called, therefore, to look for somewhere protection. "Unfortunately, many people have called for help, but because of the Size and speed of the fire, we could not to each advance, not even on the street or in the helicopter," said the New South Wales fire brigade.
Local radio stations under their normal programme and sent instructions broke, as in houses and vehicles at the end of the inhabitants of the seat can try to protect them from flames.
The Bush fires of an unusually long drought, strong Wind, low humidity and high temperatures, preceded by. For the upcoming summer in Australia, the country is preparing for temperatures in the record. (roy/sda)
Created: 09.11.2019, 04:09 PM