Ipswich fire destroyed a house and fireworks but neighbours feel lucky it wasn't worse
Residents forced to flee a dangerous grass fire in Bundamba thought "the whole town would go up" as the blaze ignited a shipping container full of fireworks and flames edged dangerously close to homes. The blaze was initially sparked by a house fire in Bundamba which quickly spread into nearby vegetation, causing more than a hundred people to evacuate and an emergency to be declared.Firefighters were unable to save the house but confirmed no one was inside at the time. © Provided by ABC NEWS The house that burned down, sparking the fast-moving grass fire.
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A mother, father and two sons - one aged three - have suffered burns after a boat they were on exploded and burst into flames on the Murray River.
The child and his 43-year-old mother are in a serious condition after sustaining burns to the legs during the incident near Moama on the NSW-Victorian border on Saturday afternoon.
The speedboat's engine exploded when it was restarted following mechanical issues as the family neared Goldborough Road shortly before 3pm, NSW Police said.
The woman was airlifted to Melbourne's Alfred Hospital while the boy was airlifted to the Royal Children's Hospital in the city. Both are stable.
"They pulled up on the riverbank near Goldsborough Rd and when they went to start it again the boat exploded," Inspector Paul Huggett told the local Riverine Herald.
He said the boy had received approximately 30 per cent burns to his legs and face.
The 50-year-old man and his 19-year-old son suffered minor burns and are being treated in Echuca Hospital.
Another son, aged 12, escaped injury and the boat was completely destroyed, police said.
PM apologies for holidaying during crisis .
Scott Morrison has apologised for upsetting people by going on holiday in Hawaii while much of Australia burned in the latest bushfire emergency. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has apologised for holidaying in Hawaii while much of Australia burned but has also stressed now is not the time for point-scoring but rather "a time to be kind to each other".The Liberal leader returned to Sydney on Saturday night and on Sunday morning confirmed he'd been in Hawaii with his family on a trip that was planned six weeks ago.