Stockton service station destroyed by suspicious fire

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Stockton service station destroyed by suspicious fire

The blaze was heard outside the station around 5.30pm (AEDT). Fire crews, clad in orange vests, rushed to the scene with an abundance of equipment, including aerial cameras.

media_camera Firefighters arrive at the station in the Oakleigh area of central Queensland. Picture: Supplied

media_camera Firefighters rush from their car in a blaze at a train station in Melbourne’s Oakleigh area of central Queensland. Picture: Supplied

media_camera The station at Oakleigh station in the city of Oakleigh is engulfed by flames. Picture: Supplied

A spokesman for Australia’s Fire Service said two police vehicles were involved in the incident.

The fire caused serious damage to cars, trunks, equipment and power lines at the station. The blaze broke out just after 7.50pm after an alleged바카라 incident took place at the station.

Fireworks explode in the background

Firefighters arrived to find the fire spreading and threatening some of the station’s cars, but it was not clear how many cars were in danger. The extent of the damages was not i바카라사이트mmediately known.

The station’s service station is a popular entertainment destination and the train station, which opened in 1892, has long been an important attraction.

media_camera The engine on the train station fire train. Picture: Supplied

media_camera The engine on the train station fire train at Oakleigh train station in the city of Oakleigh. Picture: Supplied

Police had not yet been informed of any criminal investigation.

“We can confirm a fire took place on an emergency signalling device in the Oakleigh area and will work closely with the NSW Police,” Fire Minister Andrew Constance said in a statement.

“We are 바카라사이트providing information via media and through state resources, particularly the NSW Police crime hotline, and urge anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers.”

media_camera The railway service station at Oakleigh station in the city of Oakleigh. Picture: Supplied

media_camera A train passes through the engine on the fire engine train at Oakleigh station in the city of Oakleigh. Picture: Supplied

Police Superintendent Peter Young said the fire was contained to a signal light.

“The fire was contained and extinguished but we do not yet know what started it,” he said.

The station has long been a destination for Australian trains and is home to Australia’s biggest music venue, The Royal Alber

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