Australian bushfires death toll rises to four,2.5 million acres destroyed

A man has been discovered in burnt-out bushland in New South Wales state, bringing death casualties from fires that have ravaged Australia’s east coast to four, police announced, according to Reuters.
Wildfires damaged around 2.5 million acres of lands and forest, the fires were encouraged by tinder-dry circumstances.

Moreover, Authorities asserted that they are currently monitoring the outskirts of Karratha as degrees is expected to 43 degrees Celsius in nearby Port Hedland, the world’s biggest iron metal export hub.

Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack stated that linking the fires to the government’s backing of the coal industry was “the ravings of some pure, enlightened and woke capital city greenies”.

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