Australia Two people missing, 11 more rushed to hospital after Tyaak house fire in central Victoria

01:56  07 june  2020
01:56  07 june  2020 Source:   abc.net.au

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a red car in a dark room: Occupants of the house were airlifted to hospital. (ABC News) © Provided by ABC News Occupants of the house were airlifted to hospital. (ABC News) At least two people are missing and 11 others have been taken to hospital after a house fire in Central Victoria overnight. 

Emergency services were called about 11:40pm on Saturday to the home in Tyaak near Broadford, about 95 kilometres north of Melbourne.

"Initial reports were that at least 13 people were at the property with 11 people taken to hospital with injuries," a Victoria Police spokesperson said.

Several ambulances and one Air Ambulance helicopter took people to hospital, including at least one child.

CFA commander Charles Cleary said 14 fire appliances were sent to the property, with a number of other support vehicles.

"There were quite a number of individuals who were at the property," he said.

"It took approximately an hour and a half to get the fire under control."

Police are investigating the cause of the fire and a crime scene has been established.

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