Firefighters fight against Christchurch house fire



Firefighters compete on Thursday morning at Tilford St in Woolston, Christchurch. (File photo).

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Firefighters compete on Thursday morning at Tilford St in Woolston, Christchurch. (File photo).

Fire fighters are fighting a fire in the early morning on a property in Christchurch.

Emergency services were called to the fire brigade on Thursday evening at 3:45 am on a property on Tilford Street in Woolston.

Spokeswoman Jill Higgison of New Zealand and New Zealand (Fenz) said that the fire on arrival & # 39; well involved & # 39; used to be.

Firefighters from Christchurch Central and Woolston were at the fire.

No one was hurt and the house was not occupied at that moment, Higgison said.

A police spokeswoman said the police helped Fenz with cordons in place between Ferry Rd and Phillip Bernard Ln.

Cordons would stay in place until the fire was completely under control, she said.

The fire was not considered suspicious, but firefighters were on the spot early on Thursday morning to determine the cause.

It was the third major fire this week, after a fire in Redwood and Linwood on Monday night.

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Firefighters fight against Christchurch house fire



Firefighters compete on Thursday morning at Tilford St in Woolston, Christchurch. (File photo).

ANDY JACKSON / STUFF

Firefighters compete on Thursday morning at Tilford St in Woolston, Christchurch. (File photo).

Fire fighters are fighting a fire in the early morning on a property in Christchurch.

Emergency services were called to the fire brigade on Thursday evening at 3:45 am on a property on Tilford Street in Woolston.

Spokeswoman Jill Higgison of New Zealand and New Zealand (Fenz) said that the fire on arrival & # 39; well involved & # 39; used to be.

Firefighters from Christchurch Central and Woolston were at the fire.

No one was hurt and the house was not occupied at that moment, Higgison said.

A police spokeswoman said the police helped Fenz with cordons in place between Ferry Rd and Phillip Bernard Ln.

Cordons would stay in place until the fire was completely under control, she said.

The fire was not considered suspicious, but firefighters were on the spot early on Thursday morning to determine the cause.

It was the third major fire this week, after a fire in Redwood and Linwood on Monday night.

– Stuff


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Firefighters fight against Christchurch house fire



Firefighters compete on Thursday morning at Tilford St in Woolston, Christchurch. (File photo).

ANDY JACKSON / STUFF

Firefighters compete on Thursday morning at Tilford St in Woolston, Christchurch. (File photo).

Fire fighters are fighting a fire in the early morning on a property in Christchurch.

Emergency services were called to the fire brigade on Thursday evening at 3:45 am on a property on Tilford Street in Woolston.

Spokeswoman Jill Higgison of New Zealand and New Zealand (Fenz) said that the fire on arrival & # 39; well involved & # 39; used to be.

Firefighters from Christchurch Central and Woolston were at the fire.

No one was hurt and the house was not occupied at that moment, Higgison said.

A police spokeswoman said the police helped Fenz with cordons in place between Ferry Rd and Phillip Bernard Ln.

Cordons would stay in place until the fire was completely under control, she said.

The fire was not considered suspicious, but firefighters were on the spot early on Thursday morning to determine the cause.

It was the third major fire this week, after a fire in Redwood and Linwood on Monday night.

– Stuff


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Firefighters fight against Christchurch house fire



Firefighters compete on Thursday morning at Tilford St in Woolston, Christchurch. (File photo).

ANDY JACKSON / STUFF

Firefighters compete on Thursday morning at Tilford St in Woolston, Christchurch. (File photo).

Fire fighters are fighting a fire in the early morning on a property in Christchurch.

Emergency services were called to the fire brigade on Thursday evening at 3:45 am on a property on Tilford Street in Woolston.

Spokeswoman Jill Higgison of New Zealand and New Zealand (Fenz) said that the fire on arrival & # 39; well involved & # 39; used to be.

Firefighters from Christchurch Central and Woolston were at the fire.

No one was hurt and the house was not occupied at that moment, Higgison said.

A police spokeswoman said the police helped Fenz with cordons in place between Ferry Rd and Phillip Bernard Ln.

Cordons would stay in place until the fire was completely under control, she said.

The fire was not considered suspicious, but firefighters were on the spot early on Thursday morning to determine the cause.

It was the third major fire this week, after a fire in Redwood and Linwood on Monday night.

– Stuff


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