Hero grandparents save five children from ‘tornadoes of fire’ in Australia
Tammy Holmes should be probably give an Olympic prize for the effort of saving her grandchildren from a fire in Dunalley, Australia. She was babysitting her family while a fire started to burn their town and their house, they soon went into the water and if it's not enough they even saved the dog Polly. Granpa took the pictures while in the water and sent them to his daughter to let her know they were all safe and alive. Soon after he brought the outside the water helping himself with a dinghy after two hours trying to wet the bridge to protect themselves from fire. The one of fires is a problem which is killing Australia during this summer in which temperatures are rising dangerously. In this Jan. 4, 2013, photo provided by the Holmes family,  Tammy Holmes and her grandchildren take refuge under a jetty as a wildfire rages nearby in the Tasmanian town of Dunalley, east of the state capital of Hobart, Australia. The family credits God with their survival from the fire that destroyed around 90 homes in Dunalley. Record temperatures across southern Australia cooled Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013, reducing the danger from scores of raging wildfires but likely bringing only a brief reprieve from the summer's extreme heat and fire risk.

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