More Than 100 US Firefighters Gave up Holidays at Home to Tackle Australian Bushfires

Source: The Epoch Times - View Original Article
Published: Jan 21, 2020
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92% Liberal


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93% "The U.S. fire center in November coordinated with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Forest Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs and ..."
92% "A group of Canadian firefighters are also assisting in Australia for the first time to tackle the bushfires which have so far killed at ..."
90% "A fourth group will be deployed on Saturday, Jan. 4, and a fifth on Jan. 6, Los Angeles Times reported.""
74% "We don't take these decisions lightly, Berejiklian told reporters on Thursday.""


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93% : Firefighters create a back burn ahead of a fire front in the New South Wales town of Jerrawangala on Jan. 1, 2020.(Peter Parks/AFP via Getty Images)
93% : The U.S. fire center in November coordinated with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Forest Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs and Fish and Wildlife Service to issue a sign-up document for the U.S. firefighters who wish to be sent to Australia to help combat the growing bushfires.
92% : A group of Canadian firefighters are also assisting in Australia for the first time to tackle the bushfires which have so far killed at least 15 people, destroyed almost 1300 homes, and burned more than 3.6 million hectares -- three times the size of Sydney's metro area -- Stephen Tulle, duty officer with the Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Center (CIFFC), told CBC.
90% : A fourth group will be deployed on Saturday, Jan. 4, and a fifth on Jan. 6, Los Angeles Times reported.
74% : We don't take these decisions lightly," Berejiklian told reporters on Thursday.

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