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Hampton woman rescued from suspicious unit fire

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29 Apr 2015
Firefighters rescued a Hampton woman from her burning home yesterday.

Crews were called to the Bluff Road property at 3.45pm on Tuesday afternoon.

Firefighters were quickly on scene and extra resources were despatched as soon as it became apparent that somebody was trapped inside the  unit.

A female occupant was rescued by firefighters. She was treated by AV, her injuries believed to be only minor.

The fire took only 15 minutes to control due to the fact that fire trucks were on scene within five minutes.

The fire has been deemed suspicious and police are investigating.

ATTENDING APPLIANCES
Pumpers:  4
Rescue Units:  1
Aerial units:  1
Other units:  1

NUMBER OF FIREFIGHTERS
25

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