Listen: Australia bushfires: second Victorian firefighter dies bringing human death toll to 28
"And other firefighters died fighting Australia's devastating bushfires. NPR's Jason Building in in Sydney says a fatality brings a human death toll in the current fire season in Australia. To twenty-eight Bill Slade is the latest firefighter loses life in the devastating getting blazes. The sixty year old was killed while battling a fire in the southeastern state of Victoria when a tree fell in this vehicle another fiery as volunteers were called was killed in the state on January January. Third Australia's being hit with its worst bushfire season in decades millions of acres have been torched thousands of homes lost in dozens of blazes continue to rage aged out of control in three states. The Prime Minister Scott Morrison is considering establishing a Royal Commission to investigate why the fires have been so bad this year and to look at the role of climate change and the exacerbating the crisis. Two Thousand Nineteen was the hottest driest year on record in Australia. Jason Bobi on. NPR News"