It appears that there are many of these fires lit by the hand of man, have consumed lives, it has me wonder what could a person possibly ascertain from this how can anyone be proud of such a spineless act, I watched with heavy heart a woman on Channel 7 take a reporter to the dog run her beloved pet had been in, there on the pavement was the outlined charred body of her dog, it was truly sickening, she lost her home and everything she loved, even a family who tried to outrun the fire were caught in the blaze and perished in their own vehicle. 2 young children perished in the flames as it succumbed their home, sadly the parents weren’t able to get to them in time.
I’d also like to add that I am truly grateful for our volunteers of all walks of life, where ever you may be, thank you, without you no one would make it through this tragedy. You put your own lives at risk to save thousands, you truly are the unsung hero’s.
We have also some fires in Sydney I can’t even open the windows without having to breathe in the smoke even though its way off from our home.. It’s just Bloody Heartbreaking!! it makes me wonder how many more have to suffer this unnecessary death, how many creatures and natures beautiful wonders have to be destroyed before these bastards are satisfied with what they’ve done.
It is a time I think where reality hits home of just how much you need to tell those you love that you love them, your pets, and appreciate nature in every sense, who knows that beautiful chirping bird might just be some morbid persons next target or worse.65 dead, 640 homes lost in fire horror
Feb 08, 2009 5:49pm
THE official death toll from Victoria’s worst ever bushfire disaster grows as authorities move through affected towns, some of which have been nearly wiped off the map.
AT least 65 people are dead in the bush fires ripping through Victoria, in a disaster which has eclipsed the state’s Ash Wednesday devastation of two decades ago.
Authorities are continuing a grim search for more bodies as Lilydale & Yarra Valley Leader photographer with Lilydale CFA
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