Residents of Yarloop — which was devastated by a bushfire in 2016 — are on alert with a hearth burning in the direction of the city.
The Department of Fire and Emergency Services stated on Monday afternoon that the blaze was posing a attainable risk to lives and houses.
DFES stated the hearth began close to the intersection of Clifton Road and South Western Highway in Yarloop and was burning in the direction of the city.
The fireplace is burning in a westerly course and was reported at 12.34pm. The reason for the blaze is just not recognized.
A watch and act alert is in place and people within the space are urged to depart now if the way in which is obvious.
Those who’re properly ready and plan to defend their properties ought to make their remaining preparations.
More than 180 properties and buildings had been destroyed within the Waroona-Yarloop bushfire in 2016 — one of many worst pure disasters in recent times.
For extra info, go to emergency.wa.gov.au