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Australia NSW fire victims identified as George Nole and Julie Fletcher

03:40  10 november  2019
03:40  10 november  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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The victims were identified as 69-year-old Vivian Chaplain, 63-year-old Julie Fletcher , and a man who has not been named yet. On Saturday morning, NSW Rural Fire Service said over 100 homes and a school have been destroyed. RFS Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons reported that this is just a

The Caves Rural Fire Service firefighter Anthony Carter shared these photos of the blaze burning Two victims of the devastating bushfires ripping through parts of Northern New South Wales and The ABC identified Vivian Chaplain, 69, as one of the three people to have died in NSW 's bushfire

Two more victims killed in NSW's bushfire crisis have been identified as George Nole and Julie Fletcher.

Mr Nole's body was found in a car at the Kangawalla fire ground, near Glen Innes, in state's north.

J. C. France wearing a hat: Russell Souter, Julie Fletcher's neighbour, described her as a © Provided by Australian Broadcasting Corporation Russell Souter, Julie Fletcher's neighbour, described her as a "quality person". (ABC News: Lily Mayers)

Ms Fletcher's remains were found in a burnt-out building at Johns River, north of Taree, yesterday afternoon.

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Eleven fires remained at a watch and act level. The RFS inspector Ben Shepherd says fire crews are doing all they can The NSW premier, Gladys Berejiklian, said South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria were all sending The body of George Nole from Wytaliba was found in a burnt-out car in Glen Innes.

The identity of the third victim of the bushfires in New South Wales has been released – Julie Fletcher ’s body was found in a burnt-out home in North South Australia, Victoria, and Tasmania are sending fire crews to NSW . NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian and prime minister Scott Morrison will

She was 63.

Her neighbour Russell Souter told the ABC she was a "quality person".

"Her family has been in the area for generations and own quite a bit of land," he said.

"It is just a tragedy. I've spoken to her [Ms Fletcher's] sister.

"The family are devastated."

In tributes posted to Facebook, neighbours and friends described Mr Nole as creative and eccentric.

Mr Nole was a well-known figure in the Glen Innes community and was often seen cycling around town.

Residents of Wytaliba, near where he lived, called him a "true gentleman" who taught the town's young people about electronics and photography.

Authorities have so far confirmed three people died in the fires which have been burning at several locations in the past two days.

The third fire victim, 69-year-old Vivian Chaplain, had been trying to protect her home at Wytaliba.

It is understood the grandmother-of-six died in hospital on Saturday morning after being found with severe burns.

The NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) said this number could rise.

Emergency services in NSW are bracing for more high-risk bushfire conditions — particularly on Tuesday — with areas around Sydney at risk.

Temperatures on Tuesday could hit the mid-30s with strong winds expected.

Residents of fire-affected areas have started assessing the damage, as they are let back into areas after being evacuated on Friday.

Fire danger for NSW back up to severe .
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