Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison arrives to face the forest fire crisis
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison arrives to face the forest fire crisis

Australia is currently witnessing a very large rise in temperatures, to record a record this year in the high temperature, which led to many injuries due to forest fires in large areas.

Forest fires spin out of control in Australia

The fire destroyed four areas in Australia, killing three people, and two firefighters died yesterday.

Two towns near Sydney were destroyed, about 90 km away, and a number of firefighters are now struggling to control the fire.

The fire also caused the death of a civilian due to a car accident due to forest fires, according to a number of our press sources.

500 Australian firefighters struggle to put out the fire

Reports from fire sites indicated that about 500 firefighters were trying to put out 120 fires, amid great damage to homes and buildings due to the fires.

It should be mentioned that during these days, Australia is witnessing a significant increase in temperatures, and the temperature in Adelaide reached 46 degrees, and the temperature in other regions reached 50 degrees.

It is worth noting that Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is witnessing a number of major criticisms for his family vacation in Hawaii, as the country went through a forest fire crisis.