With 1600 hectares already burnt out in the Boho area, the fire is expected to go for weeks.ANGELA TOWNSEND January 30, 2013 4:38am
A bushfire burning near Boho is expected to last for weeks after taking hold on Sunday afternoon. It is believed to have been sparked by a faulty fridge in a caravan 10
A 60-year-old man was burned on the legs as he fought the grassfire that initiated the bigger blaze.
A CFA spokesperson said the fire had burnt about 1600
Despite the cooler weather, gusts of up to 70
No properties have been lost and there are currently 35 appliances and 130 crew working to contain the fire.
The CFA said the fire was still at its most active on Upper Boho Rd and Sawpit Gully Rd, and those in the area should be aware of emergency vehicles and proceed with caution.Be prepared for fire
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