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All clear give to bushfire that forced advice warning near Wheatbelt town of Piesseville

Daniel Rooney Narrogin Observer
Five crews are on the scene trying to bring the blaze under control. 
Camera IconFive crews are on the scene trying to bring the blaze under control.  Credit: Paul Braven/Kalgoorlie Miner

Firefighters have moved quickly to contain a bushfire near Piesseville, south of Narrogin, on Thursday.

Late on Thursday afternoon the blaze in the Shire of Wagin was declared all clear, more than five hours after it started.

The Department of Fire and Emergency Services had issued a bushfire advice for people in an area bound by Evans Road to the north, Edwards Road to the east, Piesseville-Jaloran Road and Great Southern Highway to the west in Piesseville.

At 5.46pm on Thursday DFES confirmed the bushfire was stationary, contained and under control.

The bushfire is no longer impacting the community in the area and firefighters will monitor the area overnight.

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The blaze started on a farm at the intersection of Walkers Road and Edwards Road in the the Shire of Wagin and was reported at 12.22pm on Thursday.

Five crews and water bombers were used effectively to bring the blaze under control.

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