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One Blue Mountains home destroyed as crews battle to control blazes
"This is a community that just 12 months ago was wracked by "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" the impact of the bushfire and it's obviously confronting to be in that position again today," Cr Greenhill said.
"Our hearts go out tonight to the family that has lost a home. The loss of a home is "Anabolika Definition" not just the loss of bricks and mortar, or a roof and walls, it is in fact the loss of a sense of place."
He said his "heart sank" when he heard one home had been lost.
"I was actually in hospital today and checked myself out and headed west. So that's how seriously I took the issue."
Fire suspicious, RFS says, and may take days to controlRob Rogers from the NSW Rural Fire Service Oral Steroids Poison Oak said the fire one of about 70 burning across the Nandrolone Deca state is being treated as suspicious and fire investigators have been assigned to the "Anadrol 50" area.
NSW RFS commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons said hundreds of firefighters were working "shoulder to shoulder to save as many homes as they can".
"This fire will be requiring "Oxandrolone Powder India" work now for days," he told reporters on Saturday evening.
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Joel Kursawe, also from the Rural Fire Service, said additional firefighters had been called to the area.
Mr Kursawe said the storms and accompanying winds proved problematic for firefighters.
"That limited the amount of work we "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" were able to do with aircrafts," he said.
"It is the thick bushland we see through the Blue Mountains area [and] we see time and time again throughout the warmer months when we have fires in these regions, it's very remote [and] hard for us to get trucks and firefighters into the valley floors in a number of these areas," he said.
"Just by looking at that area we're dealing with, you get a sense of appreciation as to how heavily we rely on aircraft to work and combat these types of situations to try and mitigate that risk."
Mr Kursawe said efforts to battle the fire from the air would quieten overnight, leaving crews to fight the blaze from the ground.
"We'll maintain a presence throughout the night with firefighters continuing to work on the ground," he said.
15yo struck by lightning, 35,000 homes without powerThe fires coincide with storms that have rocked much of Sydney, the Hunter and Illawarra regions, leaving more than 35,000 homes without power.
A 15 year old boy has died after being struck by lightning at One Mile Beach, north of Newcastle.
Paramedics from the Westpac Helicopter worked on the boy but were unable to revive him.
It is understood he was standing in shallow water when he was struck, suffering a cardiac arrest.
NSW Fire and Rescue's Tom Coopers said rescue crews also received a call for help in relation to a house that was struck by lightning in Lansvale in Sydney's west.