DEVELOPING: Firefighters are struggling to bring the factory fire under control. 9News
Firefighters are struggling to bring a factory fire under control in Sydney's south west.
Firefighters are struggling to bring a factory fire under control in Sydney's south west.The blaze has been burning for two hours, and surrounding businesses in Yulong Close, Moorebank, as well as nearby homes, have been evacuated.Thousands of litres of flammable liquid is alight, firefighters say.
Moorebank factory fire comes dangerously close to homes (Nine)It has come within 15m of homes, with fire fighters battling the fire front from the fence line.The fire started at 2pm at Baker and Co, an ingredients factory, which contains food, chemicals and oils.Read more: Nine News Australia »
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