Call for Calm in Bushfire Response
A Waroona resident can’t thank Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPAW) firefighters enough who saved his house during the devastating fires in the area two weeks ago.
The DPAW crew was in the middle of a 32-hour shift when they saved the property — it is stories like that that make you realise the vital role DPAW staff and other public servants play in times of crisis.
See how this great story unfolded in the below Channel 7 story.
“They have got some balls to drive into that firestorm,” said a Waroona resident who had his house saved by DPAW firefighters who were in the middle of a 32-hour shift.
See how this great story unfolded and how heroic the guys from DPAW were in the fire that devastated parts of Waroona and the town of Yarloop.
Toni Walkington on ABC 720
Hear what she had to say in this interview with Drive presenter Jane Marwick.