Daughter Shares Pic Of Firefighter Dad Sleeping On Lawn Inbetween Fighting Australian Bushfires

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 06 January 2020, 03:05 PM
Daughter Shares Pic Of Firefighter Dad Grabbing 5 Minutes Of Sleep On Lawn
Daughter Shares Pic Of Firefighter Dad Grabbing 5 Minutes Of Sleep On Lawn (Photo Credit : Facebook/Jenna O’Keeffe )

A real hero in capes, a daughter of Australia’s firefighter took to her social media to share pic of dad falling fast asleep after an exhaustive battle with the deadly bushfires. ‘This can be a image of my Dad getting 5 minutes sleep on our entrance garden, Jenna O’Keeffe, a woman from New South Wales, wrote.

‘This can be a image of my Dad getting 5 minutes sleep on our entrance garden, whereas my brother retains watch over the hearth burning on the high of our farm, after he completed his 10th 12 hr+ day in a row preventing voluntarily in the neighborhood with the RFS NSW,’ Miss O’Keeffe mentioned.

‘My household have been preventing these fires on our farm and our group nonstop for over a month. They’re drained, they’re sore, and they’re working out of sources.’

O’Keeffe mentioned her father lastly broke down on Sunday after spending over per week within the entrance traces of the bushfire battle.

‘Immediately I heard my Dad cry, he mentioned “Jen I’ve by no means seen something like this, it’s by no means ending”’, Miss O’Keeffe mentioned. 

‘We nonetheless have over 50 days of summer season left we aren’t even half manner and there may be at the moment no finish in sight.’ 

She urged individuals to not change into numb to the carnage of the bushfires. 

‘Don’t get caught up within the negativity, the politics, the Fb information, the drama!’ she mentioned.

‘Australia is on hearth and there are courageous individuals everywhere in the nation voluntarily preventing day in, time out to maintain our lives and houses protected.’

The deadly fires of Australia have devastated large swathes of land and property across Australia, killing more than 20 people and millions of animals in the process.

First Published: Monday, January 06, 2020 02:59 PM
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