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Firefighters in the Australian state of New South Wales are what is being the worst fire ever in the region. Eight different bushfires have north of the city of Sydney to form what people have dubbed a "mega-fire". The gigantic blaze just an hour's drive from Sydney. Tens of thousands of homes, businesses and other properties in its path. The giant inferno is across a swath of land covering over 300,000 hectares. The front of the mega-fire is roughly 60km wide. Authorities say it is burning out of control and is too vast to . Fire Service Deputy Commissioner Rob Rogers said: "We cannot these fires. They will just burning until conditions ease."

The ease with which over 100 separate fires are across the state has exacerbated by a prolonged drought. This is authorities who it is very early in the season for the ground to so dry. A spokesman said: "There's a tough couple of months ahead and we've already the horrific consequences of fire so far this season." People in Sydney are from hazardous and toxic smoke from the fire. The city is in the choking smoke. Residents have advisories about exercising outside. Locals say it is the "worst ever" fire and is "unprecedented". An official said: "People's emotions very, very tested and frail at the moment."

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