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The Block’s Deb and Andy Saunders at threat of losing their home in NSW bushfires 

‘There were eight-storey flames a hundred metres away’: The Block’s Deb and Andy Saunders could lose their home as NSW bushfires threaten to engulf the property

The Block’s Deb and Andy Saunders could lose their house as the NSW bushfires rage near their home town of Wallabi Point. 

The pair have a family home on the mid-north coast, and it’s within metres of the fire’s trail of destruction. 

The Block host Scott Cam told Your Domain that the pair were safe, but their family had to flee the stricken region. 

 ‘There were eight-storey flames a hundred metres away’: It was reported on Saturday that The Block’s Deb and Andy Saunders (pictured) could lose their home as NSW bushfires threaten to engulf the property

He said: ‘I just spoke to Andy not that long ago. He’s obviously concerned about his kids and family. But they’re at the moment safe in a centre where most of the people from Wallabi Point have gone.’

Cam added that the danger was very real – and very close to their home.  

‘He was saying that there were eight-storey flames a hundred metres from his home, and he was obviously very concerned,’ Cam said. 

Tragic: The Block host Scott Cam (pictured) has told Your Domain: 'I just spoke to Andy not that long ago. He's obviously concerned about his kids and family. But they're at the moment safe in a centre where most of the people from Wallabi Point have gone'

Tragic: The Block host Scott Cam (pictured) has told Your Domain: ‘I just spoke to Andy not that long ago. He’s obviously concerned about his kids and family. But they’re at the moment safe in a centre where most of the people from Wallabi Point have gone’

Awful: Cam added that the danger was very real - and very close to their home. 'He was saying that there were eight-storey flames a hundred metres from his home, and he was obviously very concerned,' Cam said. Pictured: The NSW bushfires

Awful: Cam added that the danger was very real – and very close to their home. ‘He was saying that there were eight-storey flames a hundred metres from his home, and he was obviously very concerned,’ Cam said. Pictured: The NSW bushfires 

He added however: ‘At this stage, his house is safe, his family is safe. And he’s in really good spirits considering the situation he’s in.’

In a statement to Daily Mail Australia, a representative for Channel Nine also confirmed the pair were safe. 

‘Deb and Andy and their family were thankfully already in Melbourne preparing for the auctions before the fires so will be at the auctions tomorrow night,’ the statement read. 

In a statement to Daily Mail Australia, a representative for Channel Nine also confirmed the pair were safe: 'Deb and Andy and their family were thankfully already in Melbourne preparing for the auctions before the fires so will be at the auctions tomorrow night,' the statement read

 In a statement to Daily Mail Australia, a representative for Channel Nine also confirmed the pair were safe: ‘Deb and Andy and their family were thankfully already in Melbourne preparing for the auctions before the fires so will be at the auctions tomorrow night,’ the statement read

There could be a change of fortune for the pair during Sunday’s auctions, as Deb and Andy are the fan favourites to win. 

Based on the judges scores over the season, they are currently in second place, with 388 out of 450 across all of their reveals.  

Mitch Edwards and Mark McKie have the biggest overall score of the season. 

The lovable pair got a whopping 392 out of 450 across all of their room reveals. 

Changing fortunes? There could be a change of fortune for the pair during Sunday's auctions, as Deb and Andy are the fan favourites to win

Changing fortunes? There could be a change of fortune for the pair during Sunday’s auctions, as Deb and Andy are the fan favourites to win 

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