An official investigation into Australia's wildfires earlier this year has called for sweeping changes to the warning system and evacuation policy.
The fires, which swept through a number of towns in Victoria state, killed 173 people. Many died trying to defend their homes from the flames.
The report urges a rethink of the stay-and-defend approach and identifies failings in the emergency response.
The bushfires were the worst natural disaster to hit Australia.