A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokesman said six fire units attended - three urban and three rural - the fire on Daley Creek Rd, Bungundarra.
A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokesman said six fire units attended - three urban and three rural - the fire on Daley Creek Rd, Bungundarra. Zach Hogg BUN220714FAR3

Large shed damaged in fire overnight

INVESTIGATIONS are underway into a large shed fire which broke out after 10pm on Tuesday night.

A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokesman said six fire units attended - three urban and three rural - the fire on Daley Creek Rd, Bungundarra.

He said they were called at 10.50pm and the fire was well involved by the time crews arrived.

The spokesman said firefighters extinguished the fire and carried out actions to protect nearby buildings.

He said Ergon Energy attended to shut down power to the shed.

The fire was contained by midnight and the last crew left the scene in the hands of police at 2.25am.

It is believed no one was injured.

The spokesman said fire investigators were expected to attend the scene today to determine the cause of the fire.



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