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More than 100 people are missing in catastrophic bushfires that are ravaging the Australian island of Tasmania.
Some 1,000 people were rescued by boat from the east coast after fires cut off roads, but police say they hold ‘grave fears’ for a number of residents who stayed to defend their homes but have not been heard from.
It comes amid the hottest temperatures ever recorded on the island, peaking at 41.8C (107F) on Friday.
As fires continued to burn yesterday, police and rescue experts began the grim search for bodies in the worst-hit towns of Boomer Bay, where 65 properties were lost, and Dunalley, both in the south-east of the island.
More pics at Daily Mail UK: Tasmania-bushfires-Grave-fears-stayed-defend-homes
Jeff Spross @ Climate Progress has more background and details.
‘Sprawling Heat Wave Of Historical Proportions’ Brings ‘Horrendous’ Wildfires To Australia
Jeff Masters @ Wunderground
Historic heat wave brings Australia its hottest average temperature on record