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The 2017 Fire Season in South East Queensland Expected to be Fierce

Brisbane & South East Queensland residents should be prepared for a very high fire danger risk, especially if they live in an area adjacent to bush land. Rural fire service manager for Brisbane, Superintendent Wayne Waltisbuhl chatted with 96five’s Arthur Muhl about how you can prepare.

By 96five Wednesday 6 Sep 201796five AfternoonsNews

Article written by 96five Intern – Stephanie Acraman

Brisbane & South East Queensland residents should be prepared for a very high fire danger risk, especially if they live in an area adjacent to bush land.

The warmest and driest winter Queensland has had on record, the weeks and months ahead are being viewed with extreme caution by the Queensland Fire and Emergency services. This week in particular, Brisbane and South East Queensland will experience very high fire danger ratings. 

“Complacency is not somewhere we want to be in this present time. Every year is a fire season, … if you’re not well prepared you’re going to get caught out.”

2017 Fire Season, Brisbane, Warning

Rural fire service manager for Brisbane, Superintendent Wayne Waltisbuhl chats with 96five’s Arthur Muhl about how you can prepare for this year’s fire season.

Click on this link from the Rural Fire Service to find out how you can keep safe this bushfire season.