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Smoke so thick over here, visibility is down to hundreds of metres. Very hard to breathe, a blanket of ash [not burning embers] falling everywhere.

I was told that the fire had burnt out 2500ha up until yesterday, it had burnt out 5000ha by early this morning. Rugged country, pine and natural timber, very gusty winds, I don't think they will be able to contain it.

So far no lives or houses lost ifaik. We are not under threat, it is supposed to be going away from us. But it looks grim, and the way the bush is - being so dry and all - I reckon it might be anywhere by tomorrow or the day after, even in Canberra.

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Yes, the alpine region of Vic fires are huge, I don't envy any of the poor bastards that live or are fighting them there. We had smoke from those fires a couple of days before we had our own fire and ...........wait for it............started by a camp fire!!!! What moron would light a camp fire when the year is like this!!!!

PS our fire is nowhere near as big as the Vic one/s. But it is a lot closer and growing with every tick of the clock.

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Yeh just got back from Bendigo on sunday night and it was well and truly smoked in for the last 3 days. Seriously scary situation down there with 12 decent fires all threateningly close together. If they link (which they could) imagine a 100km fire front... :ninja: not cool.

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Even old Wagga got some smoke last week from the vic fires, I can't imagine what it must be like further south.

So, fellow SAU'ers - be fire safe this summer. Don't throw your butts out the window, light fires or drive on grass after burnouts. :ninja:

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Just had a fire straight out the front of my unit. We live near the river with some bushland - and there was a rappidly growing grassfire. Luckily it didn't get far before the fire peeps put it out. Probably kids that lit it.

But it shows how careful people ned to be.

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you should have seen melb on saturday... most disgusting feeling ever to breathe in that crap. someone told me smoke had reached tasmania... dunno know about that tho

I was driving back on Friday and seriously visibility was like 50m it was a little scary especially doing 110 down the hume, dont think there have been any major accidents which is good!

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