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Case 142: The Churchill Fire

Case 142: The Churchill Fire

Update: 2020-04-1877
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On Friday, February 6, State Premier John Brumby cautioned Victorians about the extreme weather conditions forecast for the next day, announcing that Saturday, February 7, 2009, would be “the worst day in the history of the state.”

Episode narrated by the Anonymous Host
Researched and written by Milly Raso
Creative Director: Milly Raso


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Comments (17)

Jaymes

There's a very good documentary on YouTube all about this which is worth watching too! it couple's well with this episode.

Aug 6th
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Jordan Wolff

wow. im not one to get emotional but when you said the text ' dad im dead , i love you' my whole body shivered and i teared up ..

Jul 13th
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Adrian Mazza

first case file I had to turn off RIP Nath and Luke. to hard to listen to.

May 10th
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Julian Ross

can confirm I witnessed Donald MacDonald hanging out with socoblock pre fires for a few beers and a dribble....

Apr 23rd
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Jessica Smee

CW to anyone with PTSD after the recent bushfires - it's an intense listen, very upsetting.

Apr 20th
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Anita Simaganis

that subject matter was so very very sad

Apr 19th
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Laura Smith

feeling let down that this us not a casefile... a sad history lesson about brush fires. important story but not for this podcast. confused

Apr 18th
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don macdonald

Jross is a soi boi

Apr 18th
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