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Firefighters rushed to Walton St in Dutton Park, Brisbane, to tackle a fierce blaze that engulfed a boarding home. The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services deployed nine crews to the scene, swiftly containing the fire that broke out around 2.50pm.

Amid the chaos, one woman received immediate treatment for smoke inhalation and was later transported to Mater Hospital in a stable condition. Fortunately, no other injuries were reported, and all residents were safely evacuated from the property.

As the situation unfolds, emergency services continue their diligent work, conducting primary searches while initiating secondary searches. Fire investigators are diligently working to uncover the cause of the devastating blaze that struck the low-set timber property.

The community around Walton St remains on high alert as an exclusion zone has been established to ensure safety. Despite the intensity of the fire, emergency services managed to extinguish it, preventing further damage to the boarding home.

This incident stands as a testament to the swift response and bravery of firefighters and emergency personnel who worked tirelessly to bring the situation under control and ensure the safety of all involved.


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Article Title: Dutton Park property ‘engulfed’ in house fire
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