There were grave fears for many homes in the Upper Murray on Tuesday night as fire continued to tear through the region.
More than 100,000 hectares has now been burnt since the blaze entered Victoria with homes in Cudgewa and on the outskirts of Corryong considered most under threat.
An assessment of the damage will only be made on Wednesday because it was deemed "too dangerous" on Tuesday.
Water at 'critical level'
More than 100,000 hectares has been burnt in the Upper Murray with the fire still not yet under control. More here
Freak wind burst
An Albury rural firefighter was fortunate to escape major injury after his four-wheel drive was flipped by the same cyclonic wind burst that took the life of his colleague near Jingellic. More here
Cudgewa Hotel spared
The Cudgewa Hotel was spared from the bushfire fury which ripped through the Upper Murray township on Monday night, but there are grave fears for many homes in the area. More here
Upper Murray fire emergency
CFA chief officer Steve Warrington confirmed there were property losses in the Corryong area as a result of the fire which spread from Walwa. More here
Captain tells of 'fire tornado'
The driver of the truck involved in Monday's deadly accident at the Green Valley bushfire has told of the "fire tornado" that engulfed the vehicle and paid tribute to volunteer firefighter Sam McPaul who died at the scene. More here
Fallen firey a 'champion bloke'
Volunteer firefighter and expectant father Sam McPaul has been remembered as a dear friend and a champion bloke. More here