According to the sources, at least 382 homes have been confirmed destroyed on the NSW South Coast , as the bushfire crisis intensifies. But that figure is almost certain to rise as authorities have only be able to assess a fraction of the fire grounds, RFS Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons told. “That intelligence is coming from aerial recognisance as well as crews on the ground doing property to property assessments,” he said. The RFS this morning issued a warning for people to leave a more than 200km stretch of the NSW South Coast.
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