QFES crews will conduct a hazard reduction burn on behalf of the Department of Natural Resources and Mines today, weather permitting.
QFES crews will conduct a hazard reduction burn on behalf of the Department of Natural Resources and Mines today, weather permitting. Robyne Cuerel

Burn off today in Theodore, weather permitting, by QFES

QUEENSLAND Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) crews will conduct a hazard reduction burn on behalf of the Department of Natural Resources and Mines today, weather permitting.

The burn will be located at the vacant land behind Eleventh Avenue, Theodore.

About 50 acres will be burnt.

It is expected that residents will be impacted by smoke in Theodore and surrounding areas.

Residents with respiratory illnesses are advised to keep medications close by and shut all windows and doors.

Motorists in the area are advised to drive to conditions and be aware of emergency vehicles in the vicinity. 



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