Bushfires leave thick, smoky haze across Australia's east coat

A thick layer of smoke has blanketing parts of Australia’s east coast as bushfires continue to burn across New South Wales and Queensland. From Sydney to Brisbane, videos have been taken showing smoke blocking any view of the horizon. A beach in Coffs Harbour has been covered in burnt leaves and ash. A state of emergency was declared in NSW as the state faces catastrophic fire conditions
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NSW and Qld fires: Sydney region faces ‘catastrophic’ bushfires danger – live ► https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/live/2019/nov/12/nsw-fires-qld-bushfires-queensland-australia-new-south-wales-catastrophic-fire-danger-warning-emergency-sydney-illawarra-hunter-shoalhaven

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