In Victoria state, north of Tasmania, a fire injured six people, destroyed four homes and caused the evacuation of the farming community of Carngham, Country Fire Authority operations officer Ian Morley said.
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CFA stands for Country Fire Authority (Victoria State, Australia)
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According to the paper, other projects at the two-day hackathon included an online dashboard for collating warning information from the Country Fire Authority, VicRoads and Bureau of Meteorology, and websites that help families devise bushfire survival plans.
Mr Ryan joined Country Fire Authority (CFA) representatives on-site at the University of Ballarat s Technology Park to celebrate the milestone and discuss the CFA s plans for the new facility.
ESTA is responsible for dispatching calls for the following agencies: Country Fire Authority (CFA); Metropolitan Ambulance VictoriaService (AV); Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB); Victoria Police (VicPol); and, Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES).
CAPTION(S): A Country Fire Authority officer inspects a burnt out Smeaton fire truck near the township of Daylesford, northwest of Melbourne.
The Country Fire Authority (CFA) said on Monday that the combination of strong winds and rising temperatures that fanned the worst fires in the country's history are expected to return and drive flames toward towns east of Melbourne, the state capital.
So far, about 1,350 sq miles have been burnt in the Victoria fires and about 3,400 firefighters are still battling the blazes, the state's Country Fire Authority said.
Mr Rees, Victoria's country fire authority chief, said yesterday: "The clear evidence is that the most dangerous place to be is on the road.