Bawley Point brigade's new recruits take fight to bushfire fears
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Bawley Point was one of the first South Coast villages to be threatened by the ferocious Currowan fire that ravaged the region. Residents consider themselves lucky they were hit early in Black Summer because it meant they were provided with a lot of resources. In the wake of the fires the local RFS brigade has seen an influx of new recruits, including women and teenagers, eager to help out next time. We speak to new members about how they're fighting fear with fire.

Produced by Laura Corrigan and Tom Melville (c) ACM

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