Australians Flee Devastating Wildfires As Thousands Of Koalas Feared Dead | NBC Nightly News

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Authorities have told thousands of Australians to leave their homes as fires engulf the country’s heavily populated southeast. The blazes have scorched some 20,000 square miles and killed nine people, with thousands of koalas feared dead.» Subscribe to NBC News: ...

Desperation down under as thousands of australians human and animals seek relief from fast-moving forest fires. Australian authorities have told tens of thousands to leave their homes, evacuating the entire region of east gippsland and engulfing the country's heavily populated southeast, fanned by drought. High winds, soaring temperatures and thunderstorms as over a hundred fires, burn scorching, ...
early 20 thousand square miles and killing nine people. Animals taking the brunt of the blaze. This koala, seeking out water from a cyclist thousands of koalas, feared dead authorities, worried 30 percent of their population killed in new south wales alone. The latest flashpoint sydney's famous fireworks more than a quarter million people want them canceled the money spent given instead tofirefighters and farmers australia's prime minister says the show must go on. I can think of no better time to expressed to the world just how optimistic and positive. We are a country come new year's eve experts expecting already scorching temperatures to hit a new peak. Fireworks are not matt bradley, nbc news, hey nbc news fans, thanks for checking out our youtube channel subscribe by clicking on that button down here and click on any of the videos over here to watch. The latest interviews show highlights and digital exclusives thanks for watching.

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