Dramatic moment a girl, 2, is winched from a burning home by a group of firefighters as her horrified parents watch on
- The two-year-old girl was asleep when her parents heard a sound around 2am
- They went outside to investigate when they spotted their cars and trailer on fire
- Emergency crews were called to the home and they bravely rescued the girl
This is the heroic moment firefighters rescued a toddler from her burning home while her parents watched on nervously.
The two-year-old girl was asleep in her bedroom when her parents, Angkuna Connelly and Grant Treloar, heard a sound outside their Adelaide home about 2am on Tuesday.
The pair got up to investigate when they noticed the family’s three cars and camper trailer were on fire.
Firefighters jumped into the house and rescued the two-year-old girl from the flames
Emergency services were called to the Paralowie home and by then the fire was well lit.
Footage obtained by 7News shows brave firefighters jumping into the burning house as Mr Treloar directed them of where his daughter is.
Moments later, the firefighter emerges among the flames and hands over the two-year-old girl to her father.
The young girl is recovering well and her parents said she enjoyed the fire trucks.
The family is pleading for the alleged arsonists to come forward as the fire destroyed everything.
‘Come forward and face what you’ve done,’ Mr Treloar told 7News.
‘We’ve worked so hard to get what we have and now it’s all gone.’
The family is pleading for the alleged arsonists to come forward as the fire destroyed everything (Grant Treloar and Angkuna Connelly)