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Australia'I know you think this photo makes you look vulnerable': Wife shares devastating photo of her firefighter husband after he watched their backyard go up in flames

08:35  11 september  2019
08:35  11 september  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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'I know you think this photo makes you look vulnerable': Wife shares devastating photo of her firefighter husband after he watched their backyard go up in flames© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The New South Wales Fire Service (RFS) reported at 5pm there were 50 infernos burning and 21 of those were uncontained. Pictured: firefighters battling blazes in Angourie, northern New South Wales Hot, shattered and overwhelmed, Aaron Cox sat on the cracked earth with his head in his hands.

The volunteer fireman had just defended his own house from a raging bushfire in Ballandean, southern Queensland.

With large swathes of the state in flames, his wife Bindi took the photo to show the bushfires' devastating human impact.

When she took the snap, she told him: 'I know you think this photo makes you look vulnerable but in that moment we both felt this'.

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Father-of-two Mr Cox, who runs a cottage rental business with his wife of 13 years, has been fighting dangerous bushfires with the Rural Fire Service.

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On Monday he spent 12 hours battling on the frontline and protecting people's homes.

Then on Tuesday the fire threatened his own house.

The couple sent their children to safety with relatives and stayed to fight the blaze.

Luckily they saved their home and made it through the ordeal.

An eerie photo showed their garden blackened with their burnt swing frame surrounded by ashen trees and blazing timber.

Ms Cox said she was 'extremely proud' of her husband.

'Although he will deny it, he is the true definition of a community man,' she told Daily Mail Australia.

She said he was just one of many heroes who protected their land with the Rural Fire Service.

'I know you think this photo makes you look vulnerable': Wife shares devastating photo of her firefighter husband after he watched their backyard go up in flames
'I know you think this photo makes you look vulnerable': Wife shares devastating photo of her firefighter husband after he watched their backyard go up in flames
'I know you think this photo makes you look vulnerable': Wife shares devastating photo of her firefighter husband after he watched their backyard go up in flames
'I know you think this photo makes you look vulnerable': Wife shares devastating photo of her firefighter husband after he watched their backyard go up in flames

On Wednesday it emerged that children have ignited at least eight of the dozens of blazes which have contributed to a bushfire emergency across Queensland.

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Police Commissioner Katarina Carroll said children have been arrested, cautioned or 'dealt with under our restorative justice processes'.

'Some of these have been kids just playing playing with fire, some deliberate and obviously some repeat offences,' she told Seven's Sunrise program on Wednesday.

'We had a circumstance where a child is playing with fire and got away.

'Every circumstance has been different but all dealt with in different ways. All have been acted on.'

She said the punishment depended on consequences of the fire and 'the intention of what occurred'.

The Youth Justice Act allows a child to be let off with a caution if they have no criminal history, with community service and restorative justice orders also available to authorities.

A 12-year-old boy was dealt with under the Act on Tuesday over a deliberately-lit fire which destroyed bushland and a section of a storage facility at Woodridge on Monday night.

Three young boys were also arrested for lighting a fire in a stormwater drain at Pimpama on the Gold Coast.

Three teenagers were questioned on Tuesday after allegedly admitting online they were responsible for a bushfire which has destroyed two homes and forced hundreds to flee the Sunshine Coast's Peregian area.

Two girls were also questioned over an alleged deliberately-lit fire in bushland at Ormeau on the Gold Coast.

Fires are also ravaging New South Wales.

Shocking images show the devastating extent of the damage caused by the fires raging across northern New South Wales.

Major blazes are burning across the northern part of the state with emergency warnings now in place for fires at Bees Nest near Armidale and Drake near Tenterfield.

One satellite image showed the horrific extent of the blaze in the Shark Creek area.

The picture showed the burnt land devoured by a bright orange glow against the untouched bushland.

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