Crows nest residents urged to boost fire safety after four were killed

Crows nest residents urged to boost fire safety after four were killed


New South Wales police have urged people to keep themselves from areas near fire safety concerns after three people died.

The fire happened in a rural are포커a and firefighters had been called to a local fire station on Wednesday, but they came under fire when they returned.

The area was closed for approximately two hours, bu올인 119t the fire was brought under control by 9:00pm on Thursday.

Police say there has been no indication that drugs or alcohol played a part in the deaths of one man and a 14-year-old boy who lived in the area.

In a statement, Police Superintendent Terry Barnes said fire crews had been called to the scene after there had been concerns over their ability to protect homes and property.

A third person, aged in his 30s, has been detained in police custody on suspicion of making threats against a fire crew, Mr Barnes said.

„A total of six residents of the rural area have died since the incident on Wednesday. A total of three deceased have been found at the scene of the inciden안산출장샵오피t.

„That means there have been seven persons lost, which include one who was found at the scene of the incident,“ he said.

Mr Barnes said the dead were found in different parts of the area.

„We understand at this stage that at least four or five of those people died and that this could be a number that could increase over time,“ he said.

„That doesn’t mean anything, but we will try to ascertain how to best do that.

„We have given them as many details as we possibly can and will try to gather as much information as we can from the local people.“

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