It was reported that heavy rains that started yesterday in New South Wales (NSW) state of Australia put out 20 of 62 fires that have been going on throughout the state for months.
According to a statement from the Rural Fire Service in the state of New South Wales (NSW) in Australia, heavy rainfall across the state put out one-third of active fires.
It was stated that 42 fires, 17 of which were uncontrolled, continued.
“This is a constant, steady and appropriate rainfall, which we have been praying for a long time,” said firefighter spokeswoman Angela Burford, who said that the rains breathed the firefighters who were fighting fire. used expressions.
Expected to increase at the end of the week, it is expected that firefighters will facilitate their work in extinguishing fires.
The Australian Meteorological Bureau reported that during the week rains will continue in New South Wales and Queensland states.
The country had started drought fires
33 people died in the largest forest fires in the country’s history, which had also been effective in Queensland, Victoria and South Australia, after it started in September in the state of New South Wales.
In the ongoing fires, where 3 thousand houses were ashes and destroying more than 11 million hectares, 500 million animals were destroyed.