Fire in Australia Finally Taken Under Control

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 19: Fire and Rescue personal run to move their truck as a bushfire burns next to a major road and homes on the outskirts of the town of Bilpin on December 19, 2019 in Sydney, Australia. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has declared a state of emergency for the next seven days with ongoing dangerous fire conditions and almost 100 bushfires burning across the state. It's the second state of emergency declared in NSW since the start of the bushfire season. (Photo by David Gray/Getty Images)

The huge fire that started in Australia in September was finally brought under control, according to a statement by the state of New South Wales. It was stated that heavy rain helped to control the fire.

The forest fires that started in Australia in September and have been going on for a long time have finally been brought under control. The fire that emerged as a result of global warming could not be extinguished, despite great efforts. According to the statement from Australia’s New South Wales (NSW) state, it was announced that all forest fires were eventually extinguished.

NSF Forest Fires Service stated that firefighters and the public performed very well in this process, saying, β€œIn this very traumatic, exhausting and anxious fire season, all forest fires in NSW have been taken under control for the first time this season. In order to reach this point, firefighters, emergency services and the public worked hard ”.

Nature Helped
Despite all the efforts of the people, the forest fires that could not be brought under control were largely extinguished thanks to the heavy rain falling last week. Finally, the fires that continued at 24 different points were extinguished after the firefighters’ efforts.

The report is terrible
The Forest Fires Service prepared a report on the Australian fire, one of the biggest disasters in the world recently. The report stated that the fire that started in the Port Macquaire region continued for 210 days and destroyed a total area of ​​858 hectares. The total area burned this season in New South Wales is much larger. In 11 thousand fires that took place this year, a total of 5.4 million hectares of land was burned. Our only wish after this point is that such a disaster does not happen again. We hope that all the countries of the world begin to take more precautions for this.


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