State Of Emergency Declared In ACT As Canberra Braces For Increased Bushfire Threat

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 01: Horses panic as a spot fire runs through the property of Lawrence and Clair Cowie on February 01, 2020 near Canberra, Australia. The couple stayed to defend their home, with the spot fire destroying part of the property. Chief Minister Andrew Barr declared a State of Emergency on Friday, as the Orroral Valley bushfire continues to burn out of control. Hot and windy weather conditions forecast for the weekend are expected to increase the bushfire threat to homes in the Canberra region. It is the worst bushfire threat for the area since 2003, when four people died and 470 homes were destroyed or damaged. (Photo by Brook Mitchell/Getty Images)
CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 01: Horses panic as a spot fire runs through the property of Lawrence and Clair Cowie on February 01, 2020 near Canberra, Australia. The couple stayed to defend their home, with the spot fire destroying part of the property. Chief Minister Andrew Barr declared a State of Emergency on Friday, as the Orroral Valley bushfire continues to burn out of control. Hot and windy weather conditions forecast for the weekend are expected to increase the bushfire threat to homes in the Canberra region. It is the worst bushfire threat for the area since 2003, when four people died and 470 homes were destroyed or damaged. (Photo by Brook Mitchell/Getty Images)
State Of Emergency Declared In ACT As Canberra Braces For Increased Bushfire Threat
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