Glenlusk fire to be investigated

Water-bombing helped to contain today’sbushfire at Glenlusk. THE cause of today’s bushfire at Glenlusk will be investigated by the Tasmania Fire Service tomorrow morning (Friday) following an intensive operation which has tonight seen the incident downgraded to “Advice” level, having earlier been declared an emergency. The fire at Collinsvale Rd,

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Glenlusk bushfire emergency downgraded

BUSHFIRE WATCH AND ACT MESSAGE FOR COLLINSVALE RD, GLENLUSK Issued At: 02/01/2020 5:09pmCLICK HERE FOR THE LATEST UPDATE There is an uncontrolled bushfire at Collinsvale Rd, Glenlusk. This fire may put Collinsvale Rd, Glenlusk at high risk now. There may be embers, smoke and ash falling on Collinsvale Rd, Glenlusk,

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Bushfire emergency warning for Glenlusk

Tasmania Fire Service Google Map showing the approximatelocation of the fire in relation to Molesworth and Collinsvale.Click image to enlarge. BUSHFIRE EMERGENCY WARNING FOR COLLINSVALE RD, GLENLUSK Issued at: 02/01/2020 3:01pmCLICK HERE FOR THE LATEST UPDATE An uncontrolled bushfire at Collinsvale Rd, Glenlusk will put lives in danger and may

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Fires reported at Ellendale and Glenlusk

LOCAL fire brigades are responding to vegetation fires reported this afteroon at Glenlusk and at Ellendale. The Glenlusk fire was reported at 2.26pm, in the area of Collinsvale Rd. A helicopter has been sent to the scene and a heavy pumper and two tankers are on the way. Click here for

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Pelham fire downgraded, meeting tonight

Click image to enlarge. A BUSHFIRE information session will be held at the Broadmarsh Hall tonight (Thursday) to update the community on the Pelham Rd bushfire which has today been downgraded to Advice status after several days at Emergency and Watch and Act levels. CLICK FOR UPDATED INFORMATION ON THE

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Pelham bushfire battle continues

Google Map showing the size and location of the Pelham fire inrelation to Hamilton, top left, and Gretna, bottom.Click image to enlarge. ACCESS to some roads at Pelham, Elderslie and Broadmarsh is being restricted to residents only, as authorities continue to battle the Pelham bushfire. The fire covers an area

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Pelham fire still active, Strathgordon downgraded

TWO bushfire incidents in the Derwent Valley remain at Watch and Act level while the bushfire in the Strathgordon area has been downgraded to Advice level. The Tasmania Fire Service says the bushfire that started near Pelham, east of Gretna yesterday afternoon, may still put Pelham, Elderslie and Broadmarsh under

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Pelham bushfire status downgraded

Tasmania Fire Service Google Map showing the area affectedby the Pelham bushfire. Click image to enlarge. THE status of the bushfire at Pelham, east of Gretna, has been downgraded from an Emergency Warning to a Watch and Act Message. The Tasmania Fire Service says the fire may continue to put

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Bushfire reported at Mt Lloyd

UPDATE: The Mt Lloyd fire has been reported as a false callout and the incident is closed. EARLIER: FIVE units from local fire brigades are responding to reports of a vegetation fire at Mt Lloyd, outside New Norfolk. Two heavy tankers, two light tankers and one medium tanker are on

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Bushfire emergency warning: Elderslie, Broadmarsh

Tasmania Fire Service Google Map showing the areas likely tobe threatened by the Pelham bushfire. Click image to enlarge. BUSHFIRE EMERGENCY WARNING FOR ELDERSLIE AND BROADMARSHIssued At: 30/12/2019 5:58pmCLICK HERE FOR UPDATED INFORMATION There is an uncontrolled bushfire which started near Pelham Rd, Pelham. The fire is expected to put

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Bushfire emergency warning for Pelham

Updated Tasmania Fire Service Google Map showing the areaof the Pelham bushfire near Gretna. Click image to enlarge. BUSHFIRE EMERGENCY WARNING FOR PELHAM TIER RD AND HONNERS RD Issued at: 30/12/2019 4:22pmCLICK HERE FOR UPDATED INFORMATION An uncontrolled bushfire at Pelham will put lives in danger and may destroy homes now.

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Thunderstorm warning cancelled

Bureau of Meteorology Cancellation Severe Thunderstorm Warning For people in Western, Upper Derwent Valley, South East, East Coast, Central Plateau and Midlands Forecast Districts. Issued at 4:11 pm Monday, 30 December 2019. Weather Situation:Scattered, gusty thunderstorms cross parts of Tasmania as a cold front approaches the west. Severe thunderstorms are

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