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Two children feared dead as 11 people are rushed to hospital after house goes up in flames in Tyaak

Two children are feared dead as 11 people are rushed to hospital after a packed two-bedroom house goes up in flames

  • A two-bedroom house went up in flames in regional Victoria on Saturday night 
  • Two children are unaccounted four meanwhile 11 others were rushed to hospital
  • Emergency services rushed to Cunninghams Road in Tyaak about 11.40pm 

Two children are feared dead and 11 people have been rushed to hospital after fire razed a home in regional Victoria.

Emergency services were called to the property on Cunninghams Road in Tyaak, 100km north of Melbourne, about 11.40pm on Saturday.

At least 13 people were reported to be at the packed two-bedroom property when the fire engulfed the house, Victoria Police confirmed on Sunday.

Two children are feared dead and 11 people have been rushed to hospital after fire razed a home in regional Victoria

Emergency services were called to the property on Cunninghams Road in Tyaak, 100km north of Melbourne, about 11.40pm on Saturday

Emergency services were called to the property on Cunninghams Road in Tyaak, 100km north of Melbourne, about 11.40pm on Saturday

Two children are still yet to be found but the 11 other people were rushed to hospital with injuries, police said.

Up to 16 Country Fire Authority crews rushed to the out-of-control fire and took more than two hours for crews to extinguish the blaze.

The house was fully engulfed in flames when they arrived.

A CFA spokesman said the entire house had been impacted by the fire and there was ‘quite extensive damage’, Herald Sun reports.  

Multiple helicopters and ambulances were seen rushing the injured people to hospital for treatment. 

The exact circumstances surrounding the fire are yet to be determined and a crime scene has been established. 

Multiple helicopters and ambulances were seen rushing the injured people to hospital for treatment

Multiple helicopters and ambulances were seen rushing the injured people to hospital for treatment

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