Residents are being told to flee with the “out of control and unpredictable” fire tearing through bushland in the Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes and Manjimup as of Tuesday January 10 at 11:25am. UPDATE: Residents bounded by Gommes Lane, Glentulloch Road, Carbanup Brook Road, Sells Road to Water Road, Kelly Road, Seaton Ross Road and South Western Highway in Kingston, Sunnyside and Yornup, are under emergency warning. The Department of Fire and Emergency Services are warning that there is immediate danger with a threat to lives and homes. All residents need to act immediately to survive. DFES is recommending residents leave in a southerly direction towards Manjimup. The bushfire is moving fast in a southerly direction but “conditions are changing”. A bushfire watch and act is in place for people bounded by Glentulloch Road, Elphick Fleeton Road, east to Bonny Road and Kingston Road in northern parts of Sunnyside and Kingston and bounded by Seaton Ross Road and South Western Highway in eastern parts of Yornup and western parts of Kingston in the Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes. A bushfire advice is in place for people bounded by Glentulloch Road, Gommes Lane and South Western Highway in parts of Glenlynn, Sunnyside and Yornup in the Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes. Firefighters are on the scene, actively fighting the fire. Aerial support has been sent to assist ground crews. Two helicopter waterbombers — utilising farm dams along Gommes Lane — can be seen aiding the ground crew, while two planes can be seen circling above. The sky around the intersection of Kingston Road and Gommes Lane is shrouded in plumes of black smoke and emergency services vehicles can be sighted on the Western side of the area. Majority of the smoke looks to be coming from the dense bushland west of Sunnyside. The fire started near the intersection of Gomm Lane and Kingston Road in Sunnyside. The fire was reported at 10:37am on January 10. DFES Advice for those within the emergency warning area: To stay updated, visit Emergency WA, call 13 DFES (13 3337), follow DFES on Twitter, Facebook, listen to ABC Local Radio, 6PR, or news bulletins.