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Timeout – Victorian Bush Fire Relief

Posted by Preston on 2009-02-10

For the past week, Victorians have been battling the deadliest bushfire conditions in recorded history in Australia. The death toll is rapidly heading towards 200, and many emergency services people are suggesting it’s may climb to 300.

In addition to the high number of deaths, there’s been a terrible loss of property, with coverage indicating that entire townships have been destroyed.

Consequently there’s a lot of people who are struggling and need help.

The Australian Red Cross is running a bushfire appeal to raise funds to help those who have been affected by the bushfires. If you want to help, please check out the Red Cross Bushfire Appeal Webpage.

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