Residents in Toodyay have been warned they should act instantly to outlive as a bushfire bears down close to the township.
The hearth was reported at four.42pm close to the intersection of Toodyay Highway and Strahan Highway, and authorities rapidly upgraded the hearth to an emergency warning.
“You’re at risk and must act instantly to outlive. There’s a risk to lives and houses,” the alert stated.
“Properties within the Wandoo Circle Subdivision are below risk by fireplace now.”
The warning is energetic for residents bounded by Sandplain Highway, Harvester Drive and Folewood Highway, together with the Wandoo Circle subdivision, in southern components of Toodyay on Wednesday afternoon.