Orroral Valley fire back to ‘advice’ level

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Blue turns to brown… smoke from the Orroral Valley Fire rolls into Mitchell yesterday evening February 3). Photo: Ian Meikle

THE Orroral Valley fire has been downgraded this morning (February 3) to an advice level bushfire warning. 

ACT ESA says crews will take advantage of cooler weather conditions to strengthen containment in the north, west and south edges of the fireground.

The agency advises residents to remain vigilant as the fire, about 69,064 hectares in size, is still burning out of control.


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