Australia evacuates villages due to natural fires
The Australian authorities have Sunday the inhabitants of five remote areas in New South Wales are urgently advised to leave their homes and now the natural fires are a growing danger.
The fire rages, fanned by the strong wind and the extremely hot weather, by the sparsely populated, arid area. Because roads closed, threaten to become, is the evacuation decided.
The Australian east coast suffering a heat wave, with temperatures of above 45 degrees. According to experts, conditions are currently worse than in 2009 ‘Black Saturday’ in the state of Victoria, when the worst wildfires in the history of Australia, 173 people life cost.
“In New South Wales we have in terms of fire hazard and conditions have never been so adversely experienced,” said fire chief Shane Fitzsimmons.