Multiple 000 calls were received for a persons reported house fire in Cooranbong, NSW. Rural Fire Brigades from Cooranbong, Dora Creek & Martinsville along with Fire & Rescue NSW Station’s 383 Morisset and 485 Wangi Wangi were responded.
The first arriving appliance was a Group Officer (Deputy Group 3) who upon arrival was informed that there was confirmed persons reported trapped, one of which was unconscious in a front bedroom. Passing motorists had already entered the house through a window and Deputy Group 3 was able to co-ordinate the retrieval of the victims safely from the property.
NSW RFS crews arrived moments later and with the assistance of a member of the public, rendered first aid on both victims until the arrival of ambulance. During this time firefighters from both NSW RFS and Fire & Rescue performed a direct attack on the house fire and were able to prevent the spread of fire to neighbouring properties.
INCIDENT CALL – HOUSE FIRE – UPDATE | We have just received this from 9 News Sydney in relation to the House Fire that we attended earlier today. The male victim that we reported as being unconscious is now listed as being in a serious but stable condition in hospital
Posted by Cooranbong Rural Fire Brigade on Monday, 25 June 2018
That’s a great effort by all agencies – from bystander accounts, everything from the arrival of appliances to the co-ordination between agencies ran like clockwork.
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