Remains of 4-year-old found after Sydney house fire

This article was last updated on April 16, 2022

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Remains of a four-year-old girl have been reportedly found at the fire scene in Sydney. Rescue services were alarmed after receiving numerous 000 calls reporting fire at a two story town house. The rescue team arrived at Duttereau Way, Claymore, at 2.30pm.

According to an ambulance spokesperson, a young woman and the missing child’s twin sister were immediately provided medical care. The mother kept shouting for help for her second child who was allegedly still in the house. A number of fire crews are also in attendance and a rescue helicopter is present at the scene.

One of the highway patrol officers tried entering the house but could not sneak through the fire. He was treated on sight for smoke inhalation. Claymore resident Jodie Smith claims the fire started broke at 3pm.

“Smoke filled the street and you could smell it from far away. It’s just very sad, considering there were young children in the apartment,” she said.

The injured mother and daughter have been rushed to Liverpool Hospital where they received treatment for burns and smoke inhalation. Both are said to be in a stable condition. NSW Fire and Rescue’s Michael Newcomb alleged the whole top floor was just flames.

“I ran around the back, the back was the same as the front, flames coming out everywhere. It was just a hopeless situation,” Newcomb said.

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