Cool change brings relief to Australian firefighters
Cooler weather conditions have aided firefighters battling a massive blaze in southern Australia. A dozen homes are confirmed to have burnt down, and officials warn that lives are still in danger.
Officials in South Australia on Sunday lowered the danger rating of a massive bushfire burning east of the state capital, Adelaide, as a cool change eased the hot and windy conditions that had fanned the flames.
“I can confirm that 12 homes have been destroyed and it’s feared that a further 20 homes have also been lost,” South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill told reporters.
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Source News: DW