Former PM Tony Abbott saving homes from fires on NSW south coast

Former PM Tony Abbott saving homes from fires on NSW south coast, by news.com.au.

Mr Abbott, who volunteers with the Ingleside Rural Fire Service brigade on Sydney’s northern beaches, was filmed joining his colleagues as they attempted to stop the flames from reaching neighbouring properties.

A post on the Ingleside brigade’s Facebook page said Mr Abbott and his fellow firefighters had to cope with temperatures hitting 45C.

It said they managed to successfully save all the houses on Curvers Drive at Manyana on the south coast.

“Tony used BA (breathing apparatus) on four occasions on Saturday including at two structure fires,” the post said.

“Great to see Tony working hard as he always does when he volunteers with the RFS.”

Joanne:

Abbott, for his human failings, is a good man. There are plenty of bad men in politics. Let’s take the good ones and help them be great.

How many ABC reporters wear this gear, and never ever use it?

Fake News. Fake journalists. Fake debate.