SBS ROHINGYA

Lack of resources challenge firefighters on the ground

Members of the Capertee RFS prepare to go to work Source: SBS

A local New South Wales fire station is urging the Rural Fire Service to provide it with a bulk water truck - crucial, it says, in containing huge blazes in the region.

For more than 70 days now, firefighters at Capertee R-F-S Brigade have been battling blazes threatening the tiny village that has a population of around 150.

 

 

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