Angry Australian residents criticize PM Morrison in fire-ravaged town

Australia's PM Scott Morrison had to cut short a visit to a town ruined by fire after angry locals heckled him over the government's response.

According to the locals, he had done very little to help Cobargo in New South Wales (NSW), where two people died earlier this week and many lost their homes.

The PM said he was "not surprised people are feeling very raw".

NSW's premier has declared a week-long state of emergency in response to the escalating bushfire threat.

Since September, bushfires have killed 18 people and destroyed more than 1,200 homes across NSW and neighbouring Victoria. At least 17 people remain missing after fires this week alone.

Thousands of people are already fleeing a vast "tourist leave zone" in NSW, with supplies running low in some cut-off towns. It's been called "the largest relocation out of the region ever".

Troops are also preparing to evacuate some of the 4,000 people trapped by fires in Victoria.

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