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NSW fires: At least 100 homes destroyed, three people unaccounted for

SBS Friday, 8 November 2019 ()
The NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) says at least 100 homes have been destroyed as a bushfire emergency grips the state.
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News video: 150 homes destroyed in New South Wales inferno

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At least three people are dead, several remain missing and dozens have been injured as wildfires continue to raze Australia's drought-stricken east coast. Officials also said more than 150 homes have been destroyed. Around 1,500 firefighters were battling more than 70 fires across Australia's most...

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