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'Worst case scenario' predicted as window closes for people to leave South Coast 'red zone'

The Age Saturday, 4 January 2020
Thousands of firefighters are on standby across NSW amid warnings the window for people to flee fire ravaged towns along the South Coast is rapidly closing.
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