Fire Threat in Australia Again

According to local media, Chief Minister Andrew Barr declared a state of emergency in the region on Friday.
Fire Threat in Australia Again

In Australia, the threat of bush fire again seems to be increasing once again. According to local media, Chief Minister Andrew Barr declared a state of emergency in the region on Friday. In his statement, he said that the capital faces the greatest threat of the Bush Fire since the devastating fire of 2003.

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Barr said, 'More heat, wind and a dry land have put the suburbs south of Canberra in danger. This fire can be very unpredictable. It can be uncontrollable. 

Some parts of Australia, fire has caused havoc. It is getting worse in the last few weeks. Because the temperature of the country is usually at its peak in January and February. Since September last year, more than 30 people have died and an estimated one billion animals have been killed. While thousands of houses have been destroyed.

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