Firefighters are in a hurry to put out a second house fire in Raceview on Friday. The two flames lit less than two miles apart.

Fireys put out a fire on the roof of a low brick house on Mahogany Street in the early hours of the morning. Police set up a crime scene after a man with life threatening injuries was rushed to the hospital.

Police believe a group of people attacked the man at home around 4:45 a.m. when he was 40 years old.

A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokesman said five crews responded to another house fire on Rumsey Drive and arrived at 11 a.m.

“When they arrived, the exterior of the house was badly caught in fire and it looked like it was on the top floor, “he said.

A team of breathing apparatus were on the top level trying to put out the fire with the fire that was brought under control by 11:15 am.

A Another team of respirators humidified hot spots on the property just before noon.


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