The fire was fully extinguished at approximately 3:00am this morning. Firefighters are now packing up equipment and will then leave the scene. It is believed the cause of the fire was due to sparks and embers from onsite machinery.
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A southeasterly wind is pushing smoke from the fire across parts of Canberra’s north this morning. It is expected that the wind will return to a northwesterly in a couple of hours affecting parts of Queanbeyan. Smoke across northern suburbs in the ACT should then clear. All residents are urged to be mindful of smoke… Read more »
The ACT State Emergency Service (ACTSES) has received 16 calls for help following storm activity in Canberra today. Five ACTSES units along with ACT Fire & Rescue and ACT Rural Fire Service crews, including the Parks Brigade, are responding to incidents. The majority of requests for assistance have been for trees on roads. The ACTSES… Read more »
The ACT State Emergency Service (ACTSES) expect to complete the clean up from the hailstorm last night by midnight. There are just four jobs remaining with ACTSES crews currently responding to them. There was a total of 543 calls for help from the Canberra community as a result of the storm. The response to attend… Read more »
The ACT State Emergency Service (ACTSES) has now received 543 calls for help as a result of the hail storm last night. ACTSES units and ACT Fire & Rescue firefighters are attending the remaining 15 jobs.