The Australian grandparents who sheltered with their five young grandchildren in the sea as wildfires ravaged their home have been describing their incredible escape.
Tim and Tammy Holmes initially took shelter on their jetty, and when it went up in flames the pair took all five of the children, including three who could not swim, into the ocean.
Bonnie Walker, the children's parents said she was had braced to lose her children and parents. ITV News correspondent Paul Davies reports:
A huge wildfire has swept through the Warrumbungle National Park in Australia's New South Wales.
An Australian family made a dramatic escape from the wildfires by jumping into the sea and clinging onto a jetty for three hours.