Floods threaten after fires contained in hardest-hit Australian state

Floods threaten after fires contained in hardest-hit Australian state

The black summer which caused the death of nearly 33 Australians has been claimed to have come to an end by firefighters after all the fires in New South Wales, the hardest-hit state of Australia, have come to an end. Flash floods are being caused due to heavy rains which helped to extinguish the fire and are posing new problems for some of the residents.

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