Massive fire engulfs petrol station, fuel tanker and cars in Sydney suburb with more than 60 firefighters battling the intense blaze
- Major fire erupted at Sydney petrol station
- More than 60 firefighters battling the blaze
- Petrol tanker, cars and LPG cylinders on fire
A major fire has erupted at a petrol station with more than 60 firefighters expected to battle the fierce blaze for several hours.
NSW Fire and Rescue said the fire started at a business on Lindesay Street in Campbelltown, in Sydney’s south-west, just after 10.15pm on Friday.
The main building on the premises was totally engulfed in flames and has partially collapsed. A petrol tanker, three cars and several LPG cylinders were also on fire.
Photos from the scene show huge flames and plumes of black smoke above the station.
NSW Fire and Rescue said 16 fire trucks were at the scene.
A major fire has erupted at a petrol station in Sydney’s southwest with more than 60 firefighters expected to battle the fierce blaze for several hours
The blaze broke out at a business on Lindesay Street in Campbelltown, just after 10:15pm, with staff immediately calling emergency services
A petrol tanker, three cars and several LPG cylinders are also on fire, with up to 16 fire trucks on the scene (pictured)
More than 60 firefighters are battling a fire at a petrol station in Campbelltown
Efforts to extinguish the flames are expected to continue well into the early hours of Saturday morning.
Road closures are in place with the public urged to avoid the area.