Extreme heat causes bushfires in australia
Australia. It's a hot environment. Australia is known for its beaches and landmarks. Unfortunately, our paradise land has turned into living hell. It all started with one tiny spark and a little bit of hot weather. A chain reaction of jumping from one tree to another has caused over 2000 km squared of NSW alone to be covered in bush fires.
Recently, all schools on the upper and middle coast of NSW have been closed due to extreme heat and dangerously high fire ratings. "Volunteers are trying their best, but are not capable of getting to everyone", the chief of Wildlife Protection Services said.
Flames blazing in a forest
In addition, little to no rain has not helped. The fires are spreading at a rapid pace and a total fire ban is in place throughout the coast of NSW. Anyone who needs assistance with moving around is urged to act as soon as possible as assistance may not be readily available if a fire strikes.
A picture of a deadly red sky caused by the flames.
Locals sit trembling, of when the next fire will spark.