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The Urunga Rural Fireplace Service left this word behind on Mr Sefky’s kitchen counter

An Australian man has shared a heart-warming word from firefighters who saved his residence from bushfires – then apologised for consuming his milk.

Paul Sefky returned to his New South Wales residence to discover a word signed by the Urunga Rural Fireplace Service (RFS).

“It was a pleasure to save lots of your home…P.S. – we owe you some milk,” it mentioned.

Australia is enduring a bushfire disaster that has left three folks lifeless and razed greater than 150 houses.

Greater than 60 blazes are burning throughout New South Wales because the state braces itself for “catastrophic” circumstances which are set to hit in a while Tuesday.

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NSW has been warned of “catastrophic” circumstances as a bushfire disaster continues

Mr Sefky returned to his home over the weekend to search out the word by the Urunga RFS left behind on his kitchen bench.

The word additionally apologised for being unable to save lots of Mr Sefky’s sheds.

Regardless of this, Mr Sefky mentioned the word was the very best he had acquired “because the morning after my marriage ceremony”.

The publish, which was shared hundreds of instances, ultimately reached the fireman who claims to have been behind it.

“I am comfortable to know my word acquired to you in a single piece!” mentioned Kale Hardie-Porter in a touch upon Fb, who mentioned he was one in all a bunch of 4 firefighters. “We took refuge in your home and that is once we found the fridge.”

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Mr Hardie-Porter additionally apologised for his “surprising handwriting”, saying it was “late and [he] couldn’t see a factor!”

“It was our pleasure to do some good in such horrendous circumstances,” he mentioned.

Although Mr Sefky’s home was saved, he mentioned in a touch upon Fb that the home nonetheless remained in an uninhabitable state.

“We’ve got no energy, no poles, no water, all soiled and simply too smoky for the subsequent week,” he mentioned.

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Australia braces for ‘catastrophic’ bushfires

Some six million folks reside in New South Wales.

Authorities have warned of “excessive, extreme and catastrophic” circumstances within the area with temperatures set to hit 37C.

They are saying fires will unfold rapidly and folks in weak communities have been urged to steer clear of bushland, and to flee their houses earlier than the fires escalate. Greater than 600 faculties are closed throughout the state.

A fireman tackles a bushfire in Taree, New South Wales


What’s a ‘catastrophic hearth warning?’

.the very best level on Australia’s six-point hearth hazard scale

.outcomes from excessive temperatures, robust winds and dry floor

.fires beginning underneath these circumstances will threaten lives

.houses can’t be defended from catastrophic fires

.the one survival recommendation is to go away in danger areas early