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& # 39; There were eight-story flames a hundred meters away & # 39 ;: Saturday it was reported that The Block & Deb and Andy Saunders (photo) could lose their home because NSW fires threaten to flood the property

& # 39; There were eight-story flames a hundred meters away & # 39 ;: The Block & Deb and Andy Saunders could lose their house if NSW fires threaten to engulf the property

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The Block & Deb and Andy Saunders can lose their home if the NSW forest fires rage near their home town of Wallabi Point.

The pair has a family home on the middle north coast, and it is within a few yards of the trail of the description.

The Block host Scott Cam has told it Your domain that the couple was safe, but that their family had to flee the affected region.

& # 39; There were eight-story flames a hundred meters away & # 39 ;: Saturday it was reported that The Block & Deb and Andy Saunders (photo) could lose their home because NSW fires threaten to flood the property

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& # 39; There were eight-story flames a hundred meters away & # 39 ;: Saturday it was reported that The Block & Deb and Andy Saunders (photo) could lose their home because NSW fires threaten to flood the property

He said: & # 39; I spoke to Andy not long ago. He is clearly concerned about his children and family. But they are currently safe in a center where most people have left Wallabi Point. & # 39;

Cam added that the danger was very real – and very close to their home.

& # 39; He said there were a hundred meters of flames a hundred meters from his house, and he was clearly very worried, & # 39; said Cam.

Tragically: The Block host Scott Cam (photo) said to Your Domain: & # 39; I have not talked to Andy that long. He is clearly concerned about his children and family. But they are currently safe in a center where most people have left Wallabi Point & # 39;

Tragically: The Block host Scott Cam (photo) said to Your Domain: & # 39; I have not talked to Andy that long. He is clearly concerned about his children and family. But they are currently safe in a center where most people have left Wallabi Point & # 39;

Tragically: The Block host Scott Cam (photo) said to Your Domain: & # 39; I have not talked to Andy that long. He is clearly concerned about his children and family. But they are currently safe in a center where most people have left Wallabi Point & # 39;

Terrible: Cam added that the danger was very real - and very close to their home. & # 39; He said there were a hundred meters of flames a hundred meters from his house, and he was clearly very worried, & # 39; said Cam. Pictured: the forest fires of the NSW

Terrible: Cam added that the danger was very real - and very close to their home. & # 39; He said there were a hundred meters of flames a hundred meters from his house, and he was clearly very worried, & # 39; said Cam. Pictured: the forest fires of the NSW

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Terrible: Cam added that the danger was very real – and very close to their home. & # 39; He said there were a hundred meters of flames a hundred meters from his house, and he was clearly very worried, & # 39; said Cam. Pictured: the forest fires of the NSW

However, he added: & # 39; At this stage his house is safe, his family safe. And he is really cheerful, given the situation he is in. & # 39;

In a statement to Daily Mail Australia, a representative for Channel Nine also confirmed that the pair was safe.

& # 39; Deb and Andy and their family were already preparing in Melbourne for the pre-fire auctions, so tomorrow night at the auctions, & # 39; read the statement.

In a statement to Daily Mail Australia, a representative for Channel Nine also confirmed that the pair was safe: & # 39; Deb and Andy and their family were happily already in Melbourne preparing for the auctions for the fires so tomorrow night at the auctions , & # 39; read the statement

In a statement to Daily Mail Australia, a representative for Channel Nine also confirmed that the pair was safe: & # 39; Deb and Andy and their family were happily already in Melbourne preparing for the auctions for the fires so tomorrow night at the auctions , & # 39; read the statement

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In a statement to Daily Mail Australia, a representative for Channel Nine also confirmed that the pair was safe: & # 39; Deb and Andy and their family were happily already in Melbourne preparing for the auctions for the fires so tomorrow night at the auctions , & # 39; read the statement

A fortune could change for the pair during Sunday's auctions, as Deb and Andy are the fans' favorites to win.

Based on the jury's scores during the season, they are currently in second place, with 388 out of 450 in all their revelations.

Mitch Edwards and Mark McKie have the biggest overall score of the season.

The lovable couple got no less than 392 out of 450 in all their room openings.

Change fortunes? A fortune could change for the pair during Sunday's auctions, as Deb and Andy are fans' favorites to win
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Change fortunes? A fortune could change for the pair during Sunday's auctions, as Deb and Andy are fans' favorites to win

Change fortunes? A fortune could change for the pair during Sunday's auctions, as Deb and Andy are fans' favorites to win

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