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QLD Bushfire: Noosa, Sunshine Coast, Taroma, Cooroibah, Lower Beechmont

Residents of the suburbs of Cooroibah, Ringtail Creek and Noosa North Shore in the Sunshine Coast are urged to leave immediately, on the approach of a dangerous bushfire.

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What you need to know about QLD bush fires

BUSHFIRES: Cold change may help, but bushfire threats remain

The emergency alert comes as 42 local government areas are subjected to an emergency.

SCROLL DOWN to get drop down list of endangered areas

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) Acting Commissioner Mike Wassing said the firefighting teams were battling multiple fires and that every possible step needed to be taken to prevent new fires are declared.

"We are experiencing conditions similar to solder boxes in most of the state, and it only takes a spark to ignite a fire that can burn for days," Wassing said.

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BUSHFIRES: Residents flee last threat of southeastern bushfire

COMPLETE LIST OF THREATENED AREAS

Get ready to go: Booroobin (near Maleny) bush fire at 4:45 pm on Saturday, November 9th

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) report a bushfire in Booroobin and the situation could worsen.

You must be ready to follow your bushfire survival plan. If you do not have a plan or plan to leave, you should be ready to leave the area as the situation could worsen quickly.

Currently at 4:45 pm, a bush fire is burning in Booroobin. Residents of Maleny Stanley River Road between Kilcoy Beerwah Road and Burnett Lane are required to prepare to leave.

QUIT OUT IMMEDIATELY: Cooroibah / Ringtail Creek, Noosa North Shore (part of the Cooroibah fire) at 16:40 on Saturday 9 November

Level of fire alert bush: EMERGENCY WARNING

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reported that a bush fire was approaching Cooroibah, Ringtail Creek and surrounding areas. Leaving immediately is the safest option because it will soon be too dangerous to drive.

Follow your bushfire survival plan now. If you do not have a plan, your safest option is to leave immediately if it is obvious to do so. If you can not leave, determine where you will seek shelter from the bush fire. If you are not in the area, do not come back because the conditions are too dangerous.

Currently at 16:40, a large fire burning burns in Cooroibah. The light is heading west towards McKinnon Drive.

Residents on McKinnon Drive between Tronson Road and Louis Brazzo Drive, including Goshawk, Riverpark, Boreen, Cootharaba, Bundoora, Eulama, Teewah and Mooyour Streets, should be relocating south along McKinnon Drive.

Residents on the north coast of Noosa are expected to evacuate west on the Noosa River ferry to Moorindil Street.

The fire should have a significant impact on the community.

Ground crews and planes fight the fire. The conditions are now very dangerous and firefighters may soon be unable to stop the fire from progressing. Fire can be a threat to all lives directly in its path. Fire crews may not be able to protect your property. You should not wait for a firefighter on your door: act now.

Electricity, water and mobile phone services can be lost and the state of the road can become very dangerous over the next few hours.

Residents of the area will be affected by the smoke, which will reduce the visibility and the quality of the air.

Separate warnings are in place for the greater Tewantin area as well as for Noosa North Shore. Residents of these areas should follow the instructions in these warnings and instructions from the authorities.

Evacuation centers have been established at The Noosa Drive, the Noosa Recreation Center, the Cooroy Library and the Beckmans Road Christian Awareness Center in Noosaville. Large pets are welcome at Pomona Showground and small pets are welcome at all other evacuation centers. The Noosa Library, located on Wallace Drive, remains open only to evacuees for the elderly. Please note that Girraween Sports Complex (Eenie Creek Road) and Nambour Showgrounds are now closed.

STAY INFORMED: Gregory River (near Mango Tree Estate) bush fire at 4:25 pm on Saturday, November 9th

Level of fire alert bush: ADVICE

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) said there was a bushfire in Gregory River, near the Mango Tree Estate.

You need to keep up to date and decide what to do if the situation changes.

Currently at 4:20 pm, a bush fire is spreading from Bruce Road to the Gregory River in a southwesterly direction towards Crystalbrook Road.

STAY INFORMED: Tewantin (part of Cooroibah bush fire) at 4:15 pm on Saturday, November 9

Level of fire alert bush: ADVICE

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) report that there is a bushfire in Cooroibah.

Residents of the Noosa, Noosa North Coast, Cooroibah and Ringtail Creek banks already evacuated should not return home as conditions are still too dangerous.

The Queensland Police inform residents when they can return to these areas. Follow the instructions of the authorities.

All other residents of Tewantin can return to their properties.

Returning residents need to keep up to date and decide what to do if the situation changes.

Currently at 4:15 pm, a bushfire continues to burn in the Cooroibah area.

Ground crews and planes fight the fire.

PREPARE FROM: Mount Alphem and Double Top (part of Clumber fire) bush fire at 16h10

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) said there was a bush fire at Mount Alphem and Double Top and that conditions could worsen.

You must be ready to follow your bushfire survival plan. If you do not have a plan or plan to leave, you should be ready to leave the area as the situation could worsen quickly.

Currently at 4:10 pm, an unpredictable bush fire is burning in inaccessible lands between Mount Alphem and Double Top. The bush fire heads northeast towards Spicers Gap and Wilsons.

The fire is likely to affect areas around Spicers Gap and Wilsons Roads.

Fire crews work to contain the fire, but firefighters may not be able to protect all property. You should not wait for a firefighter at your door.

A place of refuge has been opened for the Aratula Community Sports Center, Carter Road. A place of refuge for horses has been opened at Kalbar Showgrounds, George Street.

LEAVE NOW: Clumber and Moogerah (South of Boonah) bush fire at 4pm on Saturday, November 9th

November 9, 2019 at 4 pm

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) indicated that there was a bush fire in Clumber and Moogerah and that conditions were deteriorating.

Follow your bushfire survival plan now. If you do not have a plan, your safest option is to leave now if it's clear to do it. If you are not in the area, do not come back because the conditions are too dangerous.

At the present time, at four o'clock, a very fast light is heading north towards Wilson Road. It currently has an impact on areas around Wilson Road. The fire could have a significant impact on the community.

LEAVE NOW: Tarome bush fire at 5:05 pm Sat. Nov. 9

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Service (QFES) reports that Tarome has a bush fire and conditions are getting worse.

Follow your bushfire survival plan now. If you do not have a plan, your safest option is to leave now if it's clear to do it. If you are not in the area, do not come back because the conditions are too dangerous.

At 17:55 today, a very fast light is heading north to Mount Frazer and Tarome Road. He is currently affected by a fire in the areas around Tarome Road. The fire could have a significant impact on the community.

LEAVE NOW: Thornton and the Left Branch (South of Laidley) bush fire at 3:50 pm on Saturday, November 9th

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reported that there was a bush fire in Thornton and the left branch and that conditions were deteriorating.

Follow your bushfire survival plan now. If you do not have a plan, your safest option is to leave now if it's clear to do it. If you are not in the area, do not come back because the conditions are too dangerous.

Currently at 3:50 pm, a bushfire burns between Mulgowie and Main Camp Creek. The fire is still affecting Watkins Drive and Dippel Road.

The residents of Watkins Drive and Dippel Road are expected to evacuate via Mulgowie Road and Main Camp Creek Road north to Laidley. Those who have left the area should not come back.

STAY INFORMED: Kilkivan (west of Gympie) bush fire at 3:20 pm on Saturday, November 9th

Level of fire alert bush: ADVICE

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reported a bushfire near Kilkivan.

You need to keep up to date and decide what to do if the situation changes.

Currently at 3:20 pm, a bushfire is burning near Rossmore Road and Range Road, heading northeast towards Sawpit Road.

PREPARE TO START: Jimna bush fire at 15:10 on Saturday 9 November

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) report that a bushfire is taking place in Jimna and that the situation could worsen.

You must be ready to follow your bushfire survival plan. If you do not have a plan or plan to leave, you should be ready to leave the area as the situation could worsen quickly.

Currently at 3:10 pm, a bush fire is slowly burning southwest along Kilcoy Murgon Road and burning on inaccessible land north of Jimna Township.

PREPARE FOR: Kingaroy bush fire at 15h Saturday 9 November

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Service (QFES) reports that a bushfire is taking place in Kingaroy and that conditions may worsen.

You must be ready to follow your bushfire survival plan. If you do not have a plan or plan to leave, you should be ready to leave the area as the situation could worsen quickly.

Currently, at 3 pm, a serious and unpredictable fire is heading northeast from Premier Drive and Rosella Parade to Schellbachs Road, Haydens Road and Booie Crawford Road, Kingaroy. The fire is likely to affect the structures located on Schellbachs Road, Haydens Road and Booie Crawford Road, Kingaroy.

LEAVE NOW: Cobraball (southwest of Yeppoon) grass fire at 18:00

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) indicated that there was a bush fire at Cobraball and that conditions were deteriorating.

Follow your bushfire survival plan now. If you do not have a plan, your safest option is to leave now if it's clear to do it. If you are not in the area, do not come back because the conditions are too dangerous.

At this time, at 3:35 pm, a dangerous fire is moving northeast between Old Byfield Road and Limestone Creek Road.

It currently affects Barmaryee Road and Neils Road.

Get ready to go: Booroobin (near Maleny) bush fire at 2:35 pm on Saturday, November 9th

Bush fire alert level: WATCH AND ACT

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) report that there is a bush fire in Booroobin and the conditions could get worse.

You must be ready to follow your bushfire survival plan. If you do not have a plan or plan to leave, you should be ready to leave the area as the situation could worsen quickly.

Currently at 2:35 pm, a bushfire is burning in Booroobin. Residents of Maleny Stanley River Road between Kilcoy Beerwah Road and Burnett Lane are required to prepare to leave.

LEAVE NOW: Clumber and Moogerah (South of Boonah) bush fire at 2:15 pm on Saturday, November 9th

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) indicated that there was a bush fire in Clumber and Moogerah and that conditions were deteriorating.

Follow your bushfire survival plan now. If you do not have a plan, your safest option is to leave now if it's clear to do it. If you are not in the area, do not come back because the conditions are too dangerous.

Currently at 2:15 pm, rapid fire is heading north toward Wilson Road. This should affect Wilson Road by two o'clock. The fire could have a significant impact on the community.

Fire crews work to contain the fire, but firefighters may not be able to protect all property. You should not wait for a firefighter at your door. The electricity, water and mobile phone service are likely to be lost.

Residents of the area will be affected by the smoke, which will reduce the visibility and the quality of the air.

Residents who evacuate themselves from Wilson Road and Spicers Gap Road in Clumber should head to Aratula via Lake Moogerah Road and Cunningham Highway.

Residents of Wild Cattle Creek and Croftby should head to Mount Alford via Lake Moogerah Road.

LEAVE NOW: Tarome bush fire at 14:05 Sat 9 Nov

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) report that there is a bush fire in Tarome and the conditions are getting worse.

Follow your bushfire survival plan now. If you do not have a plan, your safest option is to leave now if it's clear to do it. If you are not in the area, do not come back because the conditions are too dangerous.

At the present time, at 14:05, a very fast light is heading northeast towards Mount Frazer and Tarome Road. This should have an impact in the next two hours. The fire could have a significant impact on the community.

STAY INFORMED: Mount Martin (near Mirani) bush fire starting at 15:55 on Saturday, November 9

Level of fire alert bush: ADVICE

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) report that there is a bush fire in Mount Martin.

You need to keep up to date and decide what to do if the situation changes.

Currently at 13:55, a bushfire burns near Sugarloaf and Mcfauls roads.

LEAVE NOW: Thornton and the Left Branch (South of Laidley) bush fire at 1:45 pm on Saturday, November 9th

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) reported that there was a bush fire in Thornton and the left branch and that conditions were deteriorating.

Follow your bushfire survival plan now. If you do not have a plan, your safest option is to leave now if it's clear to do it. If you are not in the area, do not come back because the conditions are too dangerous.

Currently at 1:45 pm, a bushfire burns between Mulgowie and Main Camp Creek. The fire is currently affecting Watkins Drive and Dippel Road.

The residents of Watkins Drive and Dippel Road are expected to evacuate via Mulgowie Road and Main Camp Creek Road north to Laidley.

LEAVE NOW: Cobraball (southwest of Yeppoon) forest fire at 13:35 on Saturday 9 November

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) report that there is a bush fire in Cobraball and the conditions are getting worse.

Follow your bushfire survival plan now. If you do not have a plan, your safest option is to leave now if it's clear to do it. If you are not in the area, do not come back because the conditions are too dangerous.

At present, at 1:35 pm, rapid grass fires are moving north from Old Byfield Road, Newby Road and Cobraball Road, Cobraball. The fire is likely to have an impact on Newby Road. The fire could have a significant impact on the community.

Fire crews work to contain the fire, but firefighters may not be able to protect all property. You should not wait for a firefighter at your door. The electricity, water and mobile phone service are likely to be lost.

Residents of the area will be affected by the smoke, which will reduce the visibility and the quality of the air.

Those leaving the area should head east towards Cobraball Road on Yeppoon Road.

PREPARE FROM: Mount Alphem and Double Top (part of Clumber fire) bush fire at 1:15 pm on November 9

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) report that there is a bush fire in Mount Alphem and Double Top and the conditions could get worse.

You must be ready to follow your bushfire survival plan. If you do not have a plan or plan to leave, you should be ready to leave the area as the situation could worsen quickly.

Currently, at 1:15 pm, an unpredictable bushfire burns in inaccessible lands between Mount Alphem and Double Top. The bush fire heads northeast towards Spicers Gap and Wilsons.

The fire is likely to affect the Spicers Gap and Wilsons Roads.

PREPARE FROM: Yandaran (north west of Bundaberg) bush fire at 12:45 on Saturday, November 9

QFES indicates that there is a bush fire in Yandaran and the conditions could get worse.

You must be ready to follow your bushfire survival plan. If you do not have a plan or plan to leave, you should be ready to leave the area as the situation could worsen quickly.

Currently at 12:45. a rapid and unpredictable fire is spreading at the intersection of Rosedale Road and Littabella Siding, running north-northeast toward Dickson Road. The fire could affect Dickson Road and the Dickson Road.

PREPARE TO: Imnah bush fire at 12:20 on Saturday 9 November

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

QFES says that there is a bush fire in Jimna and that conditions could get worse.

You must be ready to follow your bushfire survival plan. If you do not have a plan or plan to leave, you should be ready to leave the area as the situation could worsen quickly.

Currently, a bushfire is slowly burning in the southwest Kilcoy Murgon Road and burning on inaccessible land north of Jimna Township.

The fire crews are working to contain the fire and will remain in Jimna Township to protect their assets in the event of fire detection or direct fire control. Imnah. However, firefighters may not be able to protect all properties. You should not wait for a firefighter at your door.

Residents of the area will be affected by the smoke, which will reduce the visibility and the quality of the air.

Council Representatives are located at Kilcoy Memorial Hall provide additional information to Jimna community members.

LEAVE NOW: Thornton and the Left Branch (South of Laidley) bush fire at 11:25 on Saturday, November 9

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

The QFES reports that there is a bush fire at Thornton and the left branch and that conditions are deteriorating.

Follow your bushfire survival plan now. If you do not have a plan, your safest option is to leave now if it's clear to do it. If you are not in the area, do not come back because the conditions are too dangerous.

Currently, a bush fire is burning between Mulgowie Rd and Camp Creek Main Rd. The fire should have an impact Watkins Drive and Dippel Road within two hours.

Watkins Drive and Dippel Road residents are expected togo through Mulgowie Road and Main Camp Creek in a direction north to Laidley.

Fire crews work to contain the fire, but firefighters may not be able to protect all property. You should not wait for a firefighter at your door. The electricity, water and mobile phone service are likely to be lost.

Mount Mee – grass fire at 11am on Saturday 9th November

QFES crews are currently on the scene of a lit grass fire near Mount Mee Road, south of Delaneys Creek Road, in Mount Mee. This fire poses no threat to the property at this time. Firefighters work to contain the fire and create containment lines. Residents can be affected by a veil of smoke throughout the afternoons. Residents are advised to close doors and windows and, in case of respiratory problems, to keep medication nearby.

STAY INFORMED: Monsildale (northeast of Linville) bush fire at 5:55 am on Saturday, November 9th

Level of fire alert bush: ADVICE

The QFES indicates that there is a bush fire in Monsildale.

You need to keep up to date and decide what to do if the situation changes.

Currently, a bush fire is spreading from the corner of Louisavale Road and Monsildale Road, adjacent to the Jimna State Forest, in the west, south and east directions.

Several teams are currently working on the scene to contain the fire and establish firebreaks using heavy machinery.

Residents of the area will be affected by the smoke, which will reduce the visibility and the quality of the air.

LEAVE NOW: Thornton and Lefthand Branch (south of Laidley) bush fire at 10:50 on Saturday, November 9

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

The QFES reports that there is a bush fire at Thornton and the left branch and that conditions are deteriorating.

Follow your bushfire survival plan now. If you do not have a plan, your safest option is to leave now if it's clear to do it. If you are not in the area, do not come back because the conditions are too dangerous.

Currently, a dangerous fire is moving southeast towards Main Camp Path. This now has an impact on Main Camp Creek Road. The fire could have a significant impact on the community.

Fire crews work to contain the fire, but firefighters may not be able to protect all property. You should not wait for a firefighter at your door.

The electricity, water and mobile phone service are likely to be lost.

Thangool – grass fire at 10:45 on Saturday, November 9

QFES teams are at the scene of a burning grass fire near Mullers Road and the Burnett Highway, Thangool. Firefighters work to contain the fire. Smoke can affect surrounding areas, including the Burnett Highway.

PREPARE TO: Imnah bush fire at 10:40 on Saturday, November 9

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

QFES says that there is a bush fire in Jimna and that conditions could get worse.

You must be ready to follow your bushfire survival plan. If you do not have a plan or plan to leave, you should be ready to leave the area as the situation could worsen quickly.

Currently, a bushfire is slowly burning in the southwest Kilcoy Murgon Road and burning on inaccessible land north of Jimna Township.

The fire crews are working to contain the fire and will remain in Jimna Township to protect their assets if a fire occurred or directly directed fire at Jimna. However, firefighters may not be able to protect all properties. You should not wait for a firefighter at your door.

PREPARE TO: Tarome bush fire at 10:40 on Saturday, November 9

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

The QFES indicates that there is a bush fire at Tarome and that conditions could get worse.

You must be ready to follow your bushfire survival plan. If you do not have a plan or plan to leave, you should be ready to leave the area as the situation could worsen quickly.

Currently, a large, unpredictable fire is burning on the west side of Tarome road. It moves in a north direction towards Merlehan Road. The fire could have a significant impact on the community and the surrounding properties.

Fire crews work to contain the fire, but firefighters may not be able to protect all property. You should not wait for a firefighter at your door.

STAY INFORMED: Kilkivan (west of Gympie) bush fire at 10:20 on Saturday, November 9

Level of fire alert bush: ADVICE

QFES informs residents that there is a bush fire near Kilkivan. You need to keep up to date and decide what to do if the situation changes.

Currently, a bushfire is burning near Rossmore Road and Range Road, traveling in a northeasterly direction towards Sawpit Road.

QFES teams are working with Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) teams to contain the fire.

PARS NOW: Cooroibah / Tewantin (formerly Teewah) bush fire at 10:10 on Saturday, November 9

Level of fire alert bush: Look and act

The QFES indicates that there is a bush fire in the Cooroibah and Tewantin areas and that the situation could worsen.

Follow your bushfire survival plan now. If you do not have a plan, your safest option is to leave now if it's clear to do it. If you are not in the area, do not come back because the conditions are too dangerous.

Currently, a fire continues to burn in the Cooroibah and Tewantin areas. All persons north of Cooroy Noosa Road between McKinnon Drive and Tinbeerwah Road, including Noosa Banks, are requested to leave now they have not already done so. If you are not in the area, do not come back.

La progression de l'incendie s'est ralentie en partie à cause d'une période de conditions météorologiques plus favorables. Cependant, un changement de vent prévu plus tard dans la matinée devrait entraîner une nouvelle détérioration de la situation. Les équipes restent sur le terrain pour combattre l'incendie, patrouiller dans la zone et surveiller la situation.

Des avertissements distincts sont en place pour la grande région de Tewantin ainsi que pour Noosa North Shore. Les résidents de ces zones doivent suivre les instructions contenues dans ces avertissements et les instructions des autorités.

Interdiction de feu locale pour les résidents de la région centrale

9 novembre 2019 10h00

QFES a imposé une interdiction de feu locale aux résidents de la région centrale.

L'interdiction de feu locale sera en vigueur à partir du samedi 9 novembre à 10 heures, pour les résidents des hauts plateaux centraux, Woorabinda, Banana, Gladstone, Livingstone, Rockhampton, Mackay, Isaac, Whitsunday, Barcoo, Barcaldine, Longreach, Blackall-Tambo, Winton et Isisford. Zones de gouvernement local.

Les conditions de feu accrues sont idéales pour que les feux de brousse s'enflamment et se propagent rapidement.

En vertu d'une interdiction de feu locale, tous les feux ouverts sont interdits et tous les permis d'allumer un feu qui ont été délivrés dans les zones désignées ont été annulés.

Les outils électriques peuvent être utilisés pendant une interdiction de feu locale, mais QFES encourage les utilisateurs à les utiliser avec la plus grande prudence et veille à ce qu'un équipement adéquat soit disponible pour éteindre tout incendie susceptible de se déclarer.

Cela peut inclure la disponibilité d'une personne pour surveiller les inflammations éventuelles.

L’interdiction devrait rester en vigueur jusqu’à lundi 11 novembre à 23 h 59.

Des informations sur les interdictions de feu et les exemptions applicables peuvent être consultées sur le site Web de la RFS. www.ruralfire.qld.gov.au

Swanfels (Ă  l'est de Warwick) – feu de brousse Ă  9h40 le samedi 9 novembre

Les équipes QFES ne sont plus nécessaires sur les lieux de cet incident après avoir été touchées par un feu de brousse dans un terrain inaccessible près de Top Swanfels Road, à Swanfels dans le parc national de Main Range.

RESTEZ INFORMÉ: Lower Beechmont feu de brousse à 9h00 le samedi 9 novembre

Niveau d'alerte feu de brousse: CONSEIL

Le QFES indique qu’il ya un feu de brousse à Lower Beechmont.

Vous devez vous tenir au courant et décider des mesures à prendre si la situation change.

Actuellement, un feu de brousse brûle près de North Road, Freemans Road et Outlook Ave. Il se déplace dans une direction nord-est en direction de Hellfire Pass.

Plusieurs Ă©quipes QFES travaillent sur les lieux pour contenir le feu.

Les résidents sont informés qu'il est encore trop dangereux de rentrer chez eux.

A centre d'évacuation a été installé au centre communautaire du bicentenaire de Nerang au 833 Southport Nerang Road.

Mount Mee – feu d'herbe Ă  partir de 9h00 le samedi 9 novembre

Des équipes QFES sont actuellement sur les lieux d'un feu d'herbe brûlant près de Mount Mee Road, Sud de Chemin Delaneys CreekMont Mee. Cet incendie ne représente aucune menace pour la propriété pour le moment. Les pompiers travaillent pour contenir l'incendie. Les résidents peuvent être touchés par un voile de fumée tout au long de l'après-midi.

LAISSEZ MAINTENANT: Thornton et Lefthand Branch (au sud de Laidley) feu de brousse Ă  8h55 Samedi 9 novembre

Niveau d'alerte feu de brousse: Regardez et agissez

QFES indique qu’il ya un feu de brousse dans Thornton et branche de gauche et les conditions empirent.

Suivez votre plan de survie au feu de brousse maintenant. Si vous n'avez pas de plan, votre option la plus sûre est de partir maintenant s'il est clair de le faire. Si vous n'êtes pas dans la région, ne revenez pas car les conditions sont trop dangereuses.

Actuellement, un incendie dangereux se déplace vers le sud-est en direction de Chemin du camp principal. Cela a maintenant un impact sur Main Camp Creek Road. L'incendie pourrait avoir un impact significatif sur la communauté.

Les équipes de pompiers travaillent pour contenir le feu, mais les pompiers pourraient ne pas être en mesure de protéger tous les biens. Vous ne devriez pas attendre un pompier à votre porte.

L'électricité, l'eau et le service de téléphonie mobile risquent d'être perdus.

PRÉPAREZ POUR PARTIR: Tarome feu de brousse à 10h40 le samedi 9 novembre

Niveau d'alerte feu de brousse: Regardez et agissez

Le QFES indique qu'il y a un feu de brousse Ă  Tarome et que les conditions pourraient empirer.

Vous devez ĂŞtre prĂŞt Ă  suivre votre plan de survie au feu de brousse. Si vous n'avez pas de plan ou avez l'intention de partir, vous devriez ĂŞtre prĂŞt Ă  quitter la zone car la situation pourrait s'aggraver rapidement.

Actuellement, un grand feu imprévisible brûle du côté ouest de Route Tarome. Il se déplace dans une direction nord vers Merlehan Road. L'incendie pourrait avoir un impact significatif sur la communauté et les propriétés environnantes.

Les résidents qui ont déjà été évacués sont informés qu'il est prudent de rentrer chez eux.

RESTER INFORMÉ: Monsildale (nord-est de Linville) feu de brousse à 8h10 le samedi 9 novembre

Niveau d'alerte feu de brousse: CONSEIL

QFES vous informe qu'il y a un feu de brousse à Monsildale et que vous devez vous tenir au courant et décider des actions à prendre si la situation change.

Actuellement, un feu de brousse se propage du coin de Louisavale Road and Route Monsildale, adjacente Ă  la Jimna State Forest, dans les directions ouest, sud et est.

Plusieurs Ă©quipes travaillent actuellement sur les lieux pour contenir l'incendie et Ă©tablir des coupe-feux.

Les habitants de la région seront affectés par la fumée, ce qui réduira la visibilité et la qualité de l'air.

Le trou – feu de brousse Ă  8h00 le samedi 9 novembre

Les équipes QFES ne sont plus nécessaires sur les lieux de cet incident. L'incendie de Gap qui brûlait entre Canterbury Place et Bruree Street a été maîtrisé et les pompiers surveillent la zone. Les résidents peuvent être affectés par un nuage de fumée.

PRÉPAREZ POUR PARTIR: Lower Beechmont feu de brousse à 06h30 Samedi 9 novembre

Niveau d'alerte feu de brousse: Regardez et agissez

Le QFES indique qu’il ya un feu de brousse dans le Bas Beechmont et que les conditions pourraient s’aggraver.

Vous devez ĂŞtre prĂŞt Ă  suivre votre plan de survie au feu de brousse. Si vous n'avez pas de plan ou avez l'intention de partir, vous devriez ĂŞtre prĂŞt Ă  quitter la zone car la situation pourrait s'aggraver rapidement.

Actuellement, un feu de brousse a un impact North Road, Freemans Road et Outlook Ave. C'est voyager dans un direction nord-est en direction de Hellfire Pass.

PARS MAINTENANT: Thornton et branche de gauche (Sud de Laidley) feu de brousse Ă  5h50 du samedi 9 novembre

Niveau d'alerte feu de brousse: Regardez et agissez

Le QFES signale qu'il y a un feu de brousse à Thornton et à la branche de gauche et que les conditions se détériorent.

Actuellement, un incendie dangereux se déplace en direction sud-est vers Main Camp Creek Road. C'est impactant Chemin du camp principal maintenant. L'incendie pourrait avoir un impact significatif sur la communauté.

Suivez votre plan de survie au feu de brousse maintenant. Si vous n'avez pas de plan, votre option la plus sûre est de partir maintenant s'il est clair de le faire. Si vous n'êtes pas dans la région, ne revenez pas car les conditions sont trop dangereuses.

Avertissement de météo d'incendie 04h46 le 9 novembre: pour les régions aurifères du nord et le haut de Flinders, Herbert et le bas Burdekin, la côte centrale et les Whitsundays, Capricornia et les régions de prévisions de Wide Bay et de Burnett.

Des vents chauds, secs, frais et en rafales du sud au sud-ouest devraient générer de graves dangers d'incendie aujourd'hui dans la région. Northern Goldfields and Upper Flinders, Herbert et Lower Burdekin, Côte centrale et Whitsundays, Capricornia, et les districts Wide Bay et Burnett.

Pour le samedi 9 novembre:

Un danger grave d'incendie est prévu pour les districts de prévision suivants:

Northern Goldfields et Upper Flinders, Herbert et Lower Burdekin, Central Coast et Whitsundays, Capricornia et Wide Bay et Burnett

Fumée des nuages ​​de feu de brousse ciel sur la côte de la Nouvelle-Galles du Sud

Les équipages travaillaient pour contenir des dizaines d'incendies qui ont éclaté le long de la côte de la Nouvelle-Galles du Sud, en Australie, ont annoncé des responsables vendredi 8 novembre. Le service des incendies ruraux de la Nouvelle-Galles du Sud a annoncé vendredi que 82 incendies s'étaient déclarés à New South Wales. , y compris 45 flammes qui n’étaient pas encore contenues. Les services d'incendie ont déclaré que 12 incendies présentaient le statut «Avertissement d'urgence», le plus haut niveau d'alerte d'incendie Bush, dans lesquels il était conseillé aux résidents de se préparer à une action immédiate. Cinq alertes ont été qualifiées de «Watch and Act», l'alerte de niveau intermédiaire qui avertit les résidents des conditions changeantes et de la nécessité d'une action éventuelle. Cette vidéo montre un feu de brousse au loin et de la fumée créant un ciel brumeux près de Camden Haven, une ville de la Nouvelle-Galles du Sud. L’utilisateur d’Instagram qui a filmé et partagé la vidéo a déclaré que la vidéo montrait la zone en flammes de Diamond Head. Les pompiers ruraux de Nouvelle-Galles du Sud ont déclaré qu'un incendie dans le parc national de Crowdy Bay s'était propagé vers la côte à Diamond Head. L'incendie avait brûlé plus de 6 500 hectares au moment de la rédaction de cet article. Crédit: @endless_summer_surfschool via Storyful

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