Latest 2008–09 Australian bushfire season Stories
Nearly half of the United States' airborne fire suppression equipment was operating over Colorado on June 25, 2012, CNN reported, as tens of thousands of acres burned. Fires raged in southwestern Colorado, northeastern Colorado, and multiple locations in between. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA's Aqua satellite captured this natural-color image on June 23, 2012. Red outlines approximate the locations of actively burning fires. The High Park and Weber Fires...
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Cooler weather and light rain across southeastern Australia on Monday helped contain scores of bushfires that destroyed 15 homes and vast areas of farmland over the weekend. Firefighters said 27 bushfires continued to burn across the most populous state of New South Wales on Monday, and could take up to four days to fully control, although there was no immediate threat to homes. Up to 50 fires flared across the state at the weekend, fueled by strong winds and...
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Cooler weather and light rain on Monday helped Australian firefighters battling scores of bushfires that destroyed 15 homes over the weekend amid soaring temperatures. At least 50 fires broke out in New South Wales, Australia's most populous state, gutting three homes at two small seaside communities north of Sydney and another five at Junee in the state's west where fire killed livestock and burned out about 25,000 hectares (62,000 acres) of farmland....
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