A four-wheel drive vehicle with three occupants left the road about 10 kilometres south-west of Hotham, rolled several times and came to rest on its wheels, around 25 metres down a slope.
Volunteers facing the challenges of preparing, responding and recovering from fire and emergencies in the alpine areas will be better supported, with the creation of CFA’s first Alpine Commander.
When CFA was formed in 1945, Bob Knaggs had already been a member of South Wangaratta Bushfire Brigade for five years.
The unity and spirit that exists between CFA volunteers was recently highlighted by a generous donation by Coldstream Fire Brigade.
The Moyhu Group members were keen to change up the scenario for their annual group exercise, and the recently upgraded VEMTC training facility at Wangaratta provided the opportunity.
On Sunday 16 February CFA crews responded to an accident in Woods Point where a car had rolled off the edge of a steep embankment.
Premier Daniel Andrews has declared a State of Disaster for six Local Government Areas and the Alpine Resorts, after considering advice from the Minister for Police and Emergency Services and the Emergency Management Commissioner.
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CFA has answered the call for more firefighting resources to be deployed to assist with the ongoing New South Wales bushfire emergency, sending more than 300 CFA members interstate.
Firefighters were called to a single-vehicle road accident at Waldara, near Wangaratta, on Tuesday night.