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Whittakers Creek clean up to continue


Fire and Rescue NSW Station 384 Moruya have posted some more pictures from today’s incident near Narooma.

The Station 384 request that the public be aware that crews will be in attendance again tomorrow to continue the clean up operations of diesel from the waterways saying " these types of incidents are long protracted jobs that take lots of manpower to clean and restore normality."

Staff from council, EPA and waterways will also be in attendance during daylight hours until the incident is complete. Photos by Fire and Rescue NSW Station 384 Moruya




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