RFS Crews respond to bush fire in remote area at Canoelands

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Yesterday evening, #NSWRFS crews from Hornsby/Ku-ring-gai and The Hills districts responded to a fire burning in remote bushland near Canoelands. The high winds and remote location made access difficult for firefighters, who worked well into the night to bring the fire under control. Our crews are on scene again this morning to continue mopping up the fire.
All of NSW is now within the Bush Fire Danger Period and despite the recent rain the fuels are drying out and becoming fire prone. Don’t be complacent, prepare your property for the bush fire season.
For more information on how to prepare you property, visit our website:
📷 Dave Byrne

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