Far more have lost homes and belongings, or experienced trauma that will take a long time to resolve.
* They waited for hours as the smoke blotted out the sun and the fire got closer.
Emergency-service workers told them that if they heard sirens, everyone must get in the water.
I live in Melbourne, the Victorian capital, and a city relatively far from the fires, and the smoke here was omnipresent and eerie.
**Because of the fires, we in Australia have become more attuned to the weather—specifically, fire weather, the extremely high temperatures and hot, dry winds that can bring a disaster.

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