Land reduced to smoking ruin after Australian bushfires rises from ashes year on

It’s hard to believe that a year ago this lush, green land had turned into a smoking desert in Australia’s deadly bushfires.

Last January we released the dramatic scenes in which Dane Hatfield desperately struggles to save his blazing truck and a prison containing his sister-in-law’s worldly possessions

The inferno devastated 46 million acres of land, and locals feared it could take 100 years for the environment to recover.

But last night Dane shared how his region of the Snowy Mountains, near Canberra, had returned to its former selves.

The 32-year-old said: “There has been a lot of rainfall in the area.

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Green space where the Dane lives

“It’s green again. Trees grow back. You wouldn’t realize when you were here last January. “

34 people and an estimated three billion animals were killed in the fires.

The daily Spiegel reporter Andy Lines with Dane Haverfield

Fortunately, the Dane shares with Mrs. Cassandra (31) and the sons Oliver (five) and Roy (one) unharmed.

And he managed to add a new truck to the insurance.

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