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Australia’s varied landscape and climate have long been a source of disasters, like fires. Since the 1960s, however, fires were considered worse in New South Wales, which is further substantiated with a series of bushfires in October 2013.
Over 100 fires burned across the state due to high fuel loads along with the warm, dry and windy weather. The severity of the incident led to the declaration of NSW in a state of emergency.