On Friday 17th January, after four days in a row of temperatures around 40 degrees Celsius, a bush fire started about 4 minutes from Moe, in the Gippsland region of Victoria. Unpredictable winds, and the proximity of the fire to the main power lines supplying most of Melbourne, made this fire a real danger.

RRT members serve food and drinks to the CFA crews at the firefront

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