Police will be conducting investigations today to determine whether the fire was suspicious. (AAP Image/Richard Walker)
Police will be conducting investigations today to determine whether the fire was suspicious. (AAP Image/Richard Walker)

Police investigate after home burns to the ground in CQ

A HOME was burnt to the ground last night in Wowan, with police investigating today to determine whether the fire was suspicious.

Emergency services were called to reports of a house fire at a location off Don Street at 10.51pm.

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services had three crews attend the scene, with the first arriving at 11.20pm.

On arrival, the home had been destroyed by the fire.

Fireys extinguished the fire at 12.01am and left the scene an hour and a half later.

Paramedics were on standby, however no persons required assessment or transport to hospital.

Police also attended and confirmed no one was at home at the time.

A police spokesperson said at this time they are unable to determine the cause of the fire.

Police will be conducting investigations today to determine whether the fire was suspicious.



21yo coughs on cop, punches head during COVID-19 lockdown

premium_icon 21yo coughs on cop, punches head during COVID-19 lockdown

Young offender ‘doubles criminal record’ when facing 19 charges in Rockhampton...

Three-goal flurry seals result in women’s hockey clash

premium_icon Three-goal flurry seals result in women’s hockey clash

‘It was a good win for us, especially first game in.’

GRAPHIC CONTENT: Capra suffers ‘horrific injury’ in AFL game

premium_icon GRAPHIC CONTENT: Capra suffers ‘horrific injury’ in AFL game

‘He almost bit his tongue in half’: Disaster struck in last quarter of Chalice...