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Major Fire Updates

Advice - Clyde Mountain (Eurobodalla LGA) 2020-01-25 08:42

Posted: 2020-01-25 08:42

A bush fire is burning in the Clyde Mountain area south of the Kings Highway, through to the Deua River Valley. The fire is more than 92,400 hectares in size and is out of control.

Current Situation

  • Fire activity has eased and favourable conditions are expected across the weekend.
  • Firefighters will continue working to slow the spread of the fire and establish containment lines.
  • This fire has merged with the Badja Forest Road fire in the south.

Advice

Moruya, West Moruya, Mogendoura and Wamban

  • Monitor the conditions.
  • Know what you will do if the fire threatens.
  • Be alert for falling trees and branches.

Areas from Moruya to Tuross Head, and Bumbo, Bodalla and Eurobodalla

  • Monitor the conditions.
  • Know what you will do if the fire threatens.
  • Be alert for falling trees and branches.

Woola and Nobbies Island

  • Monitor conditions.
  • Know what you will do if the fire threatens.
  • Be alert for falling trees and branches.

If you are threatened by fire

  • Do not be in the path of the fire.
  • Protect yourself from the heat of the fire. Wear protective clothing and footwear. Cover all exposed skin.
  • If the fire impacts, seek shelter in a solid structure to protect yourself from the heat of the fire.
  • If your life is at risk, call Triple Zero (000).

Other Information

  • Stay up to date on bush fires in your area by checking the NSW RFS website, listening to your local radio station, or by calling the NSW RFS Bush Fire Information Line on 1800 679 737.
  • Before visiting national parks, check for closures at NSW Parks and Wildlife Service.
  • People with respiratory conditions who are affected by bush fire smoke should activate their health management plan and seek medical advice if necessary. Take precautions, such as staying indoors and closing windows.
  • For information on road closures, check Live Traffic NSW. Roads may be closed without warning.
  • Monitor weather conditions and weather warnings at Bureau of Meteorology.