Two fire crews attended the scene of the shed blaze on Hay St.
Two fire crews attended the scene of the shed blaze on Hay St. Trevor Veale

Car completely destroyed in shed fire

A FIRE that tore through a shed this morning has completely destroyed all of the expensive contents inside.

Fire fighters were called to the blaze at about 6.05am at a residential address on Hay St.

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Bundaberg station officer Ross Findlay said a car was one of the many items destroyed in the blaze.

"It was a twin cab commodore,” he said.

"There were also things like mowers and equipment that were totally damaged and the shed is a total wreck.”

"The fire was burning for a while before we got to it.”

Mr Findlay said the blaze was believed to have been ignited by a battery charger.

He said two fire crews attended the scene and the fire was extinguished within 25 minutes.



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