I'm still in shock, firefighters are true heroes: Warner about the forest fire crisis

Sydney, January 2 () Opener David Warner said Thursday that he is still in shock at the rising horrors of forest fires that took over Australia and paid tributes to firefighters and volunteers who are doing everything possible to put out the devastating flames, calling them real. heroes

Australia faces one of the most devastating forest fire crises that has already left at least 18 dead.

In the context of this furious crisis, Australia will receive New Zealand in the third Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) starting Friday.

As the heat wave is expected to spread throughout the country on Saturday, the referees will receive a call if the match needs to be suspended or delayed in case the smoke generated by the forest fire affects air quality or visibility.

Disturbed by the horrors of the deepening crisis, Warner shared a photo of a person with a dog watching the devastating forest fire.

I just saw this picture and I'm still in shock. When we go out to play tomorrow, not only to the Australian team, but also to New Zealand, we never forget how privileged we are to live where we do and do what we do. We wrote on a social networking site.

My heart, the heart of my family is with you. These fires are beyond words. For each firefighter, volunteer for each family, we are with you. You are the true heroes. We are proud, he added.

Teams in Australia and New Zealand will pay tribute to firefighters and volunteers before the start of the game on Friday and will also wear black bracelets as a sign of respect for the dead. Cricket Australia has already announced that the next ODI series in March between the two nations will be used to raise money that will go to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund. ATK SSC SSC

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