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How To Manage Bush Fire

Calling Farmers | August 26, 2014
Learning to manage bush fires can prevent or minimize the likelihood of the tragedy from striking. But how do you manage bush fires? One way is to never light fires outdoors in dry conditions, even if it seems safe to do so.Avoid throwing away lit cigarettes, coal or firewood without fully dousing them with water or burying securely.
Presenter: Camelia Guthrie
Producer: Evadne Brown
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