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Only rain will Place out Australia’s raging bushfires, fire chiefs State

Queensland nation has issued an emergency warning in Ipswich city following a fire immediately advanced across local grassland.

Residents were advised to leave the region quickly as firefighters fought the blaze.

The fire started at a single home in the suburb of Bundamba and destroyed it. No one was hurt.

At least 20 other possessions were in the path of this flame.

In southern Australia, tens of thousands of exhausted firefighters have been fighting bushfires for per month,

A drought has left much of this huge state tinder dry and in certain regions, fire chiefs say that they will not have the ability to put fires out – just rain will have the ability to do that.

However, no substantial rain is forecast shortly.

Some 2,000 firefighters are set up to combat 96 fires during New South Wales but so far only about half of these have already been included.

Australians are blaming global warming because of the unprecedented seriousness of those bushfires that have blanketed Sydney, their biggest town, in a haze of smoke.