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Aussie Fires

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Jan 11, 2002
I just wanted to say to all the Aussie's in the Sydney area:

Hope all is well and stay clear of those fires:(

Hi Deron,

Thanks for your concern. Specially after the bad fires from last year, bushfires are a huge concern here in Australia.

The firefighters and helicopters have done a great job controlling the fires, then thankfully we had some rain to put an end to it. There maybe still a few small fires but I think they are under control.

It's unfortunate that there were quite a few houses and cars destroyed.

I wasn't anywhere near the fires, although one day I did wake up on the coast with smoke in the air and got woried. Smoke can get caried from a fair distance.

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