Officials In Australia’s New South Wales Celebrate: ‘All Fires Are Now Contained’

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Firefighters spray water on a smoldering tree in the wake of a bushfire near Bumbalong in New South Wales, Australia. February has brought much-needed rain to the state, where fires have burned about 13.3 million acres of land.

One of the most stubborn fires to be declared out this week was a 2,000-acre beast that had been burning since July.

(Image credit: Loren Elliott/Reuters)


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