BREAKING: Woman and baby suffer severe burns in devastating house fire in western Sydney
- A woman and baby have been badly burned in a western fire in Sydney
- The fire broke out in the kitchen of the granny flat on Miles Street in Chester Hill
- The fire broke out shortly before 1:45 p.m. and was contained in the granny flat
A woman and her baby suffered severe burns in a house fire Sydneyis southwest.
The eight-month-old baby was severely burned along with a 20-year-old woman in a fire that broke out in a granny flat on a Chester Hill property.
The fire broke out in the kitchen of the Miles Street property just before 1.45pm.
A spokesman for Fire and Rescue NSW said Daily Mail Australia The fire occurred in a granny flat at the back of the property.
A woman and an eight-month-old baby have suffered severe burns in a house fire on Miles Street in Chester Hill, west Sydney
fire and rescue NSW said on arrival they witnessed “a large plume of smoke coming out of the back of the house”.
The fire has since been extinguished and investigators from Fire and Rescue NSW are on site investigating the cause of the blaze.
Rescue workers are currently taking care of the woman and the baby.