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The first emergency warning has been issued for residents to take shelter from an approaching blaze on what could be the worst fire danger day in NSW history.
An out-of-control fire has reached homes at Carlaminda in southern NSW where people were urged to take shelter inside as it was too late to leave in safety.
The NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) advised residents of about 10 properties around Mount Forest Road in the Cooma-Monaro area they should 'shelter in place as the fire impacts'.