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CFS Respond To Tumby Bay Grass Fire

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Lower Eyre Peninsula CFS crews responded to a grass fire near Tumby Bay yesterday afternoon. 

The fire was reported at around 3pm and was burning in grassland near Slaugherhouse Road and Mine Hill Road. 

Numerous CFS appliances attended the incident with a bushfire advice notice published for the incident. 

At just before 4pm the CFS advised the threat posed by the fire had reduced. 

Residents in the area are being asked to keep an eye on the ground over the next few days and report any flare ups. 

More about information regarding bushfires can be found online via the CFS website at www.cfs.sa.gov.au or by calling the bushfire information hotline 1300 362 361. 

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