Toxic Hazard in Morwell (Victora): This Coalmine Has Been Burning For Three Weeks in Australia

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This is not a volcano eruption! No, no. It’s a dramatic fire that has been burning for three weeks at Hazelwood open-cut coal mine, in Victoria, Australia. And this fire will probably take months to extinguish!

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The fire at the open-pit coalmine in Morwell, Victoria, Australia has been burning for almost three weeks

These fantastic photographs have emerged of a dramatic fire at Hazelwood open-cut coal mine, Coalmine in Morwell, Victoria, Australia, which has left a town of nearly 14,000 people exposed to smoke and ash. It kind of reminds me of the ‘Door to Hell’ in Russia, except it is not burried in the ground.

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photo of Hazelwood open-cut coal mine fire in Victoria Australia – February 2014

This Coalmine has been on fire for almost three weeks now, after an arsonist lit bushfire that spread.

The city of Morwell has been engulfed in smoke and authorities say the fire could take months to extinguish.

Firefighters are now concerned about landslides due to the amount of water being poured into pit to try to estinguish the fire.

Sue them!

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