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    Bunyip Bushfire Locals Told to Stay Put and Seek Shelter

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    PostThe Last Outlaw Sat Mar 02, 2019 9:34 pm

    Bunyip Bushfire Locals Told to Stay Put and Seek Shelter I5OK6

    From News.Au.com

    News.au.com wrote:
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    The moment a home caught in the Victoria bushfires exploded has been caught on camera.

    At least five structures have been destroyed and more losses are expected as fires continue to rage across Victoria during a total fire ban.

    The largest fire is burning out of control through the Bunyip State Park towards the Princes Highway, about 65km east of Melbourne.

    More than 6000 hectares has burnt since starting from multiple lightning strikes on Friday. “We are confirming there are three structure losses, it does appear that they could be homes,” Emergency Management Commissioner Andrew Crisp told reporters.

    “This is an active fire, it is moving, and there is every likelihood there will be further property losses.”

    Labertouche was expected to be impacted by the fire by noon and about 30 homes were doorknocked and told to evacuate.

    Others in areas including Bunyip, Cornucopia, Garfield, Gentle Annie, Longwarry, Maryknoll, Nar Nar Goon, Tonimbuk and Tynong have been told it is too late to leave and take shelter immediately.

    https://www.news.com.au/technology/environment/heatwave-prompts-serious-health-alert-and-fire-bans/news-story/45600fce2e3251bf4838a19c0b9e4578

    My prayers to all of those people dealing with losses in form or another in these fires.

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