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Old 2013-01-08, 19:24   Link #1
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bush fire sparking in australia

maybe you heard that australia is suffering thru sweltering heat bout 40 degree heat with winds heat sparking fire in bush land close to home burning house as firefighter try hard in the sweltering heat during this time 3 teenager lit fire in area close couple town from here. as they been arrested and charge while fire fighter where able to put it out


http://news.ninemsn.com.au/national/...uring-heatwave

http://news.ninemsn.com.au/national/...te-cool-change


http://news.ninemsn.com.au/national/...eratures-surge


read this new clipping of what has happen and give ur view and support to Australian who lost the home in this heat wave
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Old 2013-01-08, 19:26   Link #2
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This should be in the News Stories Thread.
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Old 2013-01-08, 22:07   Link #3
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Its bad what is happening atm, but in saying that its not our worst bushfires, Bushfires seem to happen here on a annual basis whether it be act of Nature or from some Bigot that can't control is Firelust. We have had worse fires in the past. It's amazing to see how people pull together in time of hardship. But it also amazes me the amount of low lives that take advantage of home that has been fled and loot them.

Hopefully the Family's that have lost their homes to this Disaster had Insurance. It's always disheartening seeing a family that has nothing left. But as I said some of the most amazing things happen in the times of hardship.

I was in work Detail from the Government when we had our Recent floods a year or so ago. Made me happy seeing everyone helping in anyway they could.



Also the links are dead hahaha

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=Ke4vVMvUwdY Over Flight via a Quadrotor over one of the town's if anyone is interested.

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Old 2013-01-09, 12:43   Link #4
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Well........ bushfires in Australia isnt something new
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Old 2013-01-09, 14:37   Link #5
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Australian Bush fire is normal. The local Flora evolved around them. Really, we worry only if a flaming tornado develops and burn whole towns down. Until then, a bushfire is just as natural as rain.
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Old 2013-01-17, 03:49   Link #6
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Well the worst one happen bout 2 yrs ago engulf if memory serve whole town
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Old 2013-01-20, 05:09   Link #7
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Damn I was staying in the Dandenong ranges in Melbourne a couple weeks back. Was living right in the heart of massive forests and feared that exactly this would happen
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Old 2013-01-20, 05:17   Link #8
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40 degrees is pretty cold, that's almost freezing.

But I do hope they get this under control soon.
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Old 2013-01-20, 05:36   Link #9
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The heat has been crazy... was at a wedding the other day in Newcastle, weather was forecast at 23C to 35C, actually temp, 46C... standing in blazing sun with wind that felt like it was out of a furnace on a headland overlooking a beach in a suit, was two seconds away from ripping my gear off and jumping off the cliff into the ocean.
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Old 2013-01-20, 19:03   Link #10
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The heat has been crazy... was at a wedding the other day in Newcastle, weather was forecast at 23C to 35C, actually temp, 46C... standing in blazing sun with wind that felt like it was out of a furnace on a headland overlooking a beach in a suit, was two seconds away from ripping my gear off and jumping off the cliff into the ocean.
I would blame you. That's what I couldn't stand about Australia. I'm fine for the temperature but the heated wind outside....it feels like you have a heater blowing at your face 24/7
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Old 2013-01-21, 04:59   Link #11
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I would blame you. That's what I couldn't stand about Australia. I'm fine for the temperature but the heated wind outside....it feels like you have a heater blowing at your face 24/7
I know! oi hate it when the wind blows hot
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