Forty firefighters responded when a fire broke out in the room of an aged care resident in Pakenham last night.
CFA would like to express its deepest sympathy following the tragic incident which has occurred at Port Campbell this morning.
A 12 year-old-boy has received severe burns from a backyard bonfire in Blairgowrie this afternoon (19 April).
Firefighters from the MFB and the CFA are today taking their teamwork from the fireground to the treadmill in a friendly competition to raise money for the Royal Children's Hospital Good Friday Appeal.
CFA members from brigades across the state will be out shaking tins on street corners this Friday for a good cause.
CFA is asking all Victorians to take care and be vigilant over the Easter break, with high temperatures expected and many people travelling across the state.
CFA Chief Executive Officer Dr Paul Smith will be leaving the organisation to take up a new role.
The Fire Danger Period will finish for the following municipalities from 1am on Monday 15 April 2019:
Despite cooler conditions recently the fire risk remains dangerous across much of the state this Friday. This means any fire that starts is likely to take hold and create significant challenges for our firefighters with potential property damage.
Firefighters are urging Victorians to check that their smoke alarms are in working order when daylight saving ends at 2am this Sunday.