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Queensland Fires press Conference Sep 11
Latest updates on the Queensland bushfires, September 11
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Date Published: 11 September 2019
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Latest updates on the Queensland bushfires, September 11

Air operations taken over Peregian on the 10th September 2019.

Operational crews on the ground at Peregian describe the events of the past 24 hours in Peregian and the outlook over the next few days.

Efforts by QFES Air Ops in an aerial attack over Peregian

Latest update concerning Peregian fires overnight and fire conditions across South east Queensland

Latest update on the Queensland bushfires.

Latest update regarding the fire situation in Queensland.

Vision of operational efforts at Binna Burra on Saturday September 7th

Press Conference from the afternoon of September 7, outlining current bushfire conditions around Queensland.

Update as of Saturday 7th September, 10:30am

Superintendent James Haig explains the bushfire hazards currently been faced by residents in the South East region.

Vertical Rescue training with Fire and Rescue staff at Mt Ngungun on April 9 2019

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