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More than 80 fireys battle fire at Sunshine Fun City

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02 May 2017
The fire is not yet under control.

Firefighters are responding to a large fire at the Fun City complex in Sunshine North.
Crews were called to the Ballarat Road building just before 7.30pm.
MFB received several calls from the public reporting the fire, located next to Harvey Norman.
On arrival the Officer in Charge requested additional resources.
Reports indicated flames and a large volume of smoke issuing, also reports of walls buckling inwards.  The building is approx. 100m X 40m and is an old warehouse converted to a Go-Cart track.
MFB and CFA Firefighters are currently using Aerial appliances to get above the building.
The complex is totally involved in fire, sections of the building is constructed of tilt slabs and is in danger of collapse. The southern end of the fire is free burning and emitting a large amount of smoke.
The fire is still Not Under Control.
Police and Ambulance Victoria are on scene assisting
ATTENDING APPLIANCES
Pumpers:​​ 15
Rescue Units:​​ 1
Aerial units:​​ 3
Other units:​​ 14
NUMBER OF FIREFIGHTERS: 80

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