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Qld firefighters on high alert as temperatures set to soar on Friday

Qld firefighters on high alert as temperatures set to soar on Friday

Queensland firefighters remain on high alert as temperatures are set to soar on Friday and into the weekend. After four regions were evacuated due to bushfire danger on Wednesday, 76 fires continue to burn across the state on Thursday. Image: News Corp Australia

At least five fires at Watch and Act level in Qld

At least five fires at Watch and Act level in Qld

High temperatures, wild winds and low humidity are expected to enhance ferocious walls of flame and threaten homes and lives across Queensland on Wednesday. A severe fire danger remains in place in the Darling Downs, Granite Belt, south east coast and Wide Bay, with more than 55 fires are still burning. At least 12 properties have been destroyed,

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Firefighters in NSW are preparing for another dangerous day after unprecedented conditions wreaked havoc across the state on Tuesday and severe weather is pushing north to Queensland where firefighters are preparing for worsening conditions. Image: News Corp Australia

At least 50 homes damaged or destroyed, 13 firefighters injured in NSW

At least 50 homes damaged or destroyed, 13 firefighters injured in NSW

Early estimates reveal at least 50 homes have been damaged or destroyed in the past 24 hours in New South Wales. Firefighters are preparing for another dangerous day on Wednesday after unprecedented conditions wreaked havoc across the state on Tuesday. At least 21 people were injured, 13 of them firefighters but no injuries were life threatening

Bushfire crisis to worsen in Qld

Bushfire crisis to worsen in Qld

Severe weather that wreaked havoc in New South Wales, is pushing further north to Queensland where firefighters are preparing for worsening conditions. High temperatures, wild winds and low humidity are expected to enhance ferocious walls of flame and threaten homes and lives on Wednesday. A severe fire danger remains in place in the Darling Downs,