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VIDEO: Bellbird Park house destroyed by fire overnight

A house has been destroyed by fire at Bellbird Park overnight.
A house has been destroyed by fire at Bellbird Park overnight. Contributed: Ronald Smits

A HOUSE has been destroyed by fire at Bellbird Park overnight.

Fire crews were called to the Jones Rd home about 7.40pm.

The two-storey house was fully engulfed by the time they arrived.

Fortunately, all occupants were out of the building and no serious injuries have been reported.

The fire investigation unit and Ipswich Criminal Investigation Branch are at the scene this morning, however initial investigations suggest the fire is not suspicious.

* Video and image courtesy of Ronald Smits

my video of the house fire at bellbird park, really feel sorry for these poor people losing everything lucky everyone who lives there is safe

Posted by Ronald Smits on Monday, September 28, 2015

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