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How should you respond to a bush fire?
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Keep track of bush fires in your area

How to keep up to date on the progress of local bush fires.

MEDIA

IMAGINE

Imagine you get a phone call or text message warning about a bush fire. What will you do?

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Take any phone or text message warning seriously and take action.

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  • Weather and fire,
  • Being prepared,
  • Fire behaviour,
  • Fire in the environment,
  • Keep informed,
  • People,
  • Place,
  • Environment

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One year on from the 2019/2020 summer catastrophic bushfires, the Central Coast Council took time to say ‘thank you’ to the volunteers, frontline workers and residents who helped to protect the community and give back during one of the most devastating natural disasters the Coast has ever seen. The bush fires of summer 2019/20 will leave a lasting impact on us all. As we hear the unique stories of 15 courageous locals who gave so much during this time, one common theme shines through: the strength, resilience and spirit of the Central Coast community.
#1 FACT

A bush fire can travel at 25 kilometres per hour.

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