The Country Fire Authority has issued a series of emergency warnings for Wunghnu after the outbreak of fire.February 9, 2014 4:30pm
The Country Fire Authority has issued an emergency warning following the outbreak of fire at Wunghnu.
The CFA has warned residents of Kellys, Gillespies, Boundary, Sellicks, Gordons, Drumanure and Boundary Rds could be impacted ‘‘anytime from now’’.
Residents in those areas who have not left have been warned to shelter in place as it is now too late to leave.
Those living on Labuan Rd or Union Rd between Drumanure and Boundary Rds are being urged to leave now before conditions become too dangerous.
For more information visit www.cfa.vic.gov.au or emergency.vic.gov.au
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