Australia One person is dead and another seriously injured in Sydney house fire
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One person dead and another is seriously injured after a house fire broke out in Sydney's southwest.
Emergency services were called to River Avenue at Carramar about 7.15am on Tuesday.
Crews arrived to find a person outside the single-level villa disability share home suffering from smoke inhalation.
A man, believed to be aged in his 40s, was removed from inside the building by a staff member and another resident after the fire broke out in his bedroom,reports.
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NSW Ambulance paramedics performed CPR on the man, however, he could not be revived.
Parts of River Avenue remain closed to traffic and motorists are advised to avoid the area.
The fire has been extinguished and once the site is declared safe, fire investigators and detectives from Fairfield City Police Area Command will begin their examination of the scene.
More to come.
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