Lawyer Rick Mitry has seen firsthand the devastation that Australia’s bush fires have wrought on local residents.

“There are a lot of people who, quite frankly, are still traumatized and they don’t know which way to go,” said Mitry, who splits his time between Sydney and Exeter, a town about two hours’ drive southwest of Sydney in the midst of a bush fire-affected region.

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