Fire In Canberra

By 7 December 2009 9

I was just down at Regatta Point and looking across the lake (toward Kings Ave and beyond) there appeared to be a fire, possibily in Fyshwick or near by.

Over the course of an hour, it looked as if it was getting quite large and we also noticed that Ainslie Fire Station looked as if they were off to assist.

Anyone know anything about it?

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9 Responses to
Fire In Canberra
Holden Caulfield 11:27 pm
07 Dec 09

What time was “just”?

Ryan 11:47 pm
07 Dec 09

I saw a Fire Engine heading down Tharwa Rd just pass the end of Banks/Gordon this evening, sirens and lights on, but probably a totally different incident.

bd84 12:13 am
08 Dec 09

It was started by a spark

luther_bendross 8:11 am
08 Dec 09

To answer the OP’s question: Yes. Someone knows something about it.

sloppery 8:57 am
08 Dec 09

bd84 said :

It was started by a spark

A bright spark…

Mia80 10:53 am
08 Dec 09

My apologies I was rushing the post when I got back to work… didn’t even think of the time or when this would be added.

Holden – I was on the lake from 12pm – 1pm (the lunchtime hour), and watched as it appeared to grow larger.

There was nothing on the news or on the ESA Website (Fire or Backburning)… which is making me all the more curious.
Although in saying that, it was white smoke, so likely a grass fire. But still so very curious.

Funky1 12:59 pm
08 Dec 09

There was s grass fire in front of OPH yesterday at lunchtime. I think the regular fire tendered by the inhabitants of the tent embassy may have gone a litle out of hand.

Anyone else see it or have more details?

TP 3000 5:45 pm
08 Dec 09

It could of been the car fire at The Canberra Hospital?

Felix the Cat 7:15 pm
08 Dec 09

Maybe it was some bogans practicing burnouts for Summernats!

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