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At least one house was lost when an out of control bushfire raged in the Perth hills

For people who live in the north of Burma Road, Clenton Road and Bailup Road, in the west of the Oâ ???? Brien Road, bounded to the west by Toodyay Road, Needham Road and Linley Valley Road and by Linley Valley Road, there is a bushfire warning on Werribee Road and McNamara Road to the east in parts of Wooroloo, Bailup, Gidgegannup, Wundowie and Walyunga National Park

It is too late to leave for people east of Bailup Road and west of Toodyay Road, the Department of Fire and Rescue Services warned

Individuals west of Bailup Road wishing to leave have been encouraged to leave now, if the path is clear, by traveling north along Bailup Road or Mayo Road

“You are in danger and must act immediately to survive” The warning reads There is danger to lives and homesâ ????

The aerial photo shows at least one house on fire with black smoke rising from the property as firefighters try to control the flames

An evacuation center has been set up at the Brown Park Recreation Complex on Amherst Road in Swan View The fire was reported around noon on Monday and is rapidly burning towards Toodyay Road

DFES is managing the fire, and local firefighters are actively trying to contain the fire using air support and the large air tankers have been deployed to assist the crews

There is also a bushfire watch and fire warning near Lilydale Road, Liberton Road, and Toodyay Road in Chidlow McNamara Road and Burma Road in Wundowie; Oâ ???? Brien Road to the east, Toodyay Road to the south, Clenton Road to the north and Railway Crescent to the west in parts of Gidgegannup, Millendon, Walyunga National Park, Upper Swan, Hovea, Middle Swan, Red Hill, Jane Brook, Baskerville, Herne Hill and Brigadoon in the Shire of Mundaring and in the city of Swan

The Department of Communities has set up an evacuation center in the Brown Park Recreation Complex on Amherst Road near the intersection of Salisbury Road in Swan View

Persons personally instructed to self-isolate or quarantine due to COVID-19, as well as persons in a region who are subject to lockdown restrictions, should find alternative suitable premises and wear a mask

If this is not possible, go to the evacuation center and identify yourself to the staff of the center immediately upon arrival

There are protocols in place to minimize the risk of COVID-19 in the evacuation center and you must follow instructions from the center staff.Continue to follow COVID-19 precautions and keep the appropriate physical distance, please bring everyone important items such as medication and ID cards to the evacuation center

Pets (with the exception of recognized auxiliary animals) are not allowed in evacuation centers for health and safety reasons You should therefore make alternative arrangements for them. If this is not possible, please take your pets to the evacuation center and wait for further advice

Avoid the area and watch out for fire and rescue workers working on site A number of streets have been closed, including:

Motorists are advised to avoid the area, slow down and drive cautiously due to smoke Road information may also be available from Main Roads WA at 138 138 or on the Travelmap Main Road Warehouse Government for details or by contacting the Shire of Mundaring

Western Power has announced that parts of Gidgegannup, Bailup and Wooroloo are without power.For more details, please visit wwwWesternpowercomau / Failures / Power failures

Emergency visit waGovernmentAu, call 13 DFES (13 3337), follow DFES on Twitter: Twittercom / dfes_wa, Facebook: Facebookcom / dfeswa, listen to ABC Local Radio, 6PR, or News

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Source: https://www.watoday.com.au/national/western-australia/out-of-control-bushfire-threatening-lives-homes-in-wooroloo-in-perth-s-east-20210201-p56yib.html