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March 31 9AM Severe Weather Update
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Date Published: 31 March 2017
All Videos: 13 videos on 2 pages
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The latest update from the State Disaster Coordination Centre on the impact of cyclone Debbie.

Emergency Services update weekend storm conditions and ask public to be prepared for wild weather.

Six Queensland Fire and Emergency Services personnel have been deployed to Western Australia in support of the current bushfire emergency.

A celebration and award ceremony for SES members who have served Queensland for 40 years.

Swiftwater technicians try out new equipment and training techniques for the upcoming storm season.

RAW Vision 6th September Road Traffic incident.

The Winter Fire Safety advertising campaign “Get Out, Fire About” has been launched to ensure every Queenslander understands the importance of being prepared with a practiced fire escape plan.

The Winter Fire Safety advertising campaign “Get Out, Fire About” has been launched to ensure every Queenslander understands the importance of being prepared with a practiced fire escape plan.

Minister for Fire and Emergency Services Jo-Ann Miller Launches the Roads, Attitudes and Action Planning (RAAP) program, educating the next generation of drivers on the consequences of road trauma.

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