A bushfire which began in Wrattonbully has been brought under control on South Australia’s side of the border but the blaze continues burning out of control in Victoria.
A bushfire which kicked off in the state’s South East has been downgraded on the South Australian side of the border as the fire continues to burn uncontrolled through Victoria.
The inferno was sparked by a vehicle fire in Wrattonbully southeast of Naracoorte, before spreading to nearby grassland and quickly travelling east across the Victorian border.
The blaze on the South Australian side is now under control, though CFS is still monitoring the situation and are currently assembling strike teams and other resources to help the Victorian Country Fire Association.
In Victoria, on Saturday morning the fire was the subject of a “watch and act” message from the CFA. You can monitor the latest warnings here.
The CFA has deployed 20 appliances and a number of strike teams to combat the blaze.
The CFS will continue to assist from the South Australian side of the border.
At around 5.15pm over 4000ha had been destroyed by the fire.
Originally published as Wrattonbully bushfire under control in SA but continues to burn in Victoria