Crews are battling dozens of raging wildfires in southeastern Australia. Fire officials in New South Wales confirm crews are fighting as many as 146-brush fires, 65-of which are uncontained. Multiple structures have been destroyed along with wildlife. Two-dozen human deaths are being attributed to the fires this season so far. The Australian Defense Force issued a statement today saying up to three-thousand reserve troops are being deployed to assist in supporting the battle.
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