UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS)
As temperatures drop in New South Wales in Australia, part of the fires that have been going on for months have come under control.
Firefighting unit officials have stated that firefighting efforts in New South Wales for the first time in a long time have brought some of the fires under control as temperatures drop.
Leading the team fighting fires near the Bodalla region, Dale McLean, said that with falling temperatures and falling wind speeds, they have carried out more effective firefighting.
On the other hand, meteorology officials have announced that temperatures are expected to continue in the coming week.
Due to light rain, a fire has been put out on Mount Gospers near the town of Sidney, a fire that has been going on since October.
Australia is facing deadly fires that cannot be controlled. As a result, it is estimated that fires have damaged about 10 million hectares of land, burned over 2,000 homes and killed about half a billion animals.
At least 27 people have died as a result of the fires.
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