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Mogo's scattered Indigenous families are still grieving, six months after the bushfires

report by Vanessa Milton of ABC South East NSW : Six months after the New Year's Eve bushfire struck the small residential community in Mogo, the debris has mostly been cleared, but a long journey lies ahead to bring displaced families home. When flames blocked all routes out of the town, Sherrie Nye McCarron and Kizzy Nye were faced with no other option but to stay and fight for their homes, with dwindling water pressure and no firefighting support. They still carry the trauma of what they experienced, but the trauma is felt by the whole community. Read the full report HERE

VIDEO: 'The Devil rolled into Mogo': Indigenous community's fight to save their homes in the New Year's Eve bushfire.(ABC South East NSW: Vanessa Milton)

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