‘Below Deck Med’: Hannah Ferrier’s Hometown Is Threatened by Fires in Australia

by Jeremy Spirogis
Captain Sandy Yawn, Hannah Ferrier, Aesha Scott

Hannah Ferrier from Below Deck Mediterranean shared that her hometown of New South Wales is in peril as a state of emergency has been declared for the world.

Captain Sandy Yawn, Hannah Ferrier, Aesha Scott
Captain Sandy Yawn, Hannah Ferrier, Aesha Scott| Greg Endries/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal through Getty Images

Massive brushfires have compelled thousands and thousands of residents from their houses in Australia, many dashing to the ocean as their solely strategy to escape. Fires have been threatening residents since September, based on BBC. The fires have destroyed greater than 1,300 houses and are accountable for at the least 20 deaths. Dozens of individuals are nonetheless unaccounted for because the fires began in September.

NSW Rural Fire Service deputy commissioner Rob Rogers advised the Sydney Morning Herald extra houses may very well be misplaced over the weekend. “We are unfortunately very likely to lose homes but we will be very happy and call it a success if there are no lives lost,” BBC studies. Ferrier is hoping to assist by donating cash to the rescue efforts by auctioning off a pair of her iconic sun shades.

Doing what she will be able to to assist

Ferrier posted to Instagram that she was determined to assist one way or the other. “Hi guys. I hope 2020 is treating you well,” Ferrier started her post. “As you may be aware Australia is in dire straits at the moment and my home town of New South Wales has been declared in a state of emergency.”

She additionally shared some devastating data that hits house. “We have already lost 8 people, half a BILLION animals, 200 homes and 5.9 millions hectares of land from these devastating bushfires,” Ferrier wrote. “I’ve been racking my brain of how I can help and I’ve decided to auction off my absolute favourite pair of sunglasses. You’ve been watching me wear these @celine for 3 seasons now and I have had HUNDREDS of DM’s asking where they are from – here’s your chance to own them!”

She auctioning the glasses for trigger

Now Below Deck Med followers can personal a particular piece of memorabilia. “They are no way in perfect condition but they hold a lot of sentimental value to me and let’s be honest – have had a lot of air time! If I can’t raise $500US for them then I will donate the cash myself and keep them so only bids over $500 please,” she added.

“They are ready to travel worldwide so please place a bid before Monday the 13th of January. And PLEASE – no comments/messages about how I could sell my left arm/mother and raise more money. Every little bit is going to help those in need and this is what I came up with. Please dig deep. If you’d prefer not to bid in comments then please leave a ‘ DM sent’ comment and I will make sure to get back to you.”

Ferrier added that she will even ship the glasses with a private contact too. “If you would like the side autographed and a personalised thank you video that can certainly be arranged. Thank you in advance.” The climate outlook for the fires nonetheless seems robust. BBC studies the robust winds and rising temperatures are making firefighting a problem for the three,000 firefighters who’re at present responding to the disaster.

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