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[VIDEO] Fire Crews Leave Split with Honour Procession

Crew who helped with fires in Split start to head home (Photo: Screenshot/Milan Šabić)

With the devastating wildfires which raged around Split on the Croatian coast on Monday and Tuesday now put out, those fire services who helped from all over Croatia have started to head back home.

The fire crews were given a send-off as they exited in single file with their sirens going, 24sata.hr reports.

Check out the footage taken by Milan Šabić below.

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