Firefighters spend hours battling Goodna house blaze
LATEST: FOUR crews were on scene battling a massive blaze that destroyed a Goodna home this morning.
A spokesperson for QFES said fireys spent almost two hours battling the blaze.
"Four crews arrived at around 3.57am this morning, they found a 20x10 fire in a two-storey structure," they said.
"Firefighters went in with breathing apparatuses and put it out by 6.02am. Crews left the scene by 6.30am."
The QT understands paramedics rushed to the scene about 4am to tend to three people, however none required medical treatment or transport.
Members of the community have organised a drive to help the family that has suffered through the fire on Gorry St, Goodna.
Donations will be accepted from noon today.
EARLIER: PARAMEDICS rushed to the scene of a house fire at Goodna early this morning.
The fire ripped through the house, leaving it totally destroyed at about 4am.
Three patients were assessed however none required further medical treatment or transport.
More to come...