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All bushfires in hardest-hit Australia state now contained: Firefighters

IndiaTimes Thursday, 13 February 2020 ()
All the blazes in Australia's hard-hit state of New South Wales have been brought under control, firefighters said on Thursday, signalling the end of a months-long crisis that claimed 33 lives nationwide. The crisis cloaked major cities like Sydney in smoke for weeks on end, saw towns cut off and prompted the deployment of the military to rescue stranded citizens.
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Wildfires in Australia's New South Wales Are Finally Contained It's the first time this season that firefighters have been able to do so. The New South Wales Rural Fire Service made the announcement on Twitter. @NSWRFS, via Twitter Firefighters have been battling blazes in the area for several...

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