For two weeks, builder Rod Dunn has been living at a showground in a borrowed caravan, wearing an old coat donated by a friend.
His house, car, sheds and work tools were wiped out by the ferocious New Year bushfires that swept through the Australian town of Cobargo, killing three of its residents and destroying dozens of homes, farms and vehicles.
Though he has lost everything, he counts himself lucky.
"We live in the best place in the world," he said, nodding his head with certainty. "This has united people like you'd never have imagined."
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