A woman and two children were transported to Proserpine Hospital in a stable condition following a house fire on Lurline Dve in Proserpine.
A woman and two children were transported to Proserpine Hospital in a stable condition following a house fire on Lurline Dve in Proserpine.

Police investigate cause of Proserpine house fire

UPDATE 1.50pm: A spokesman from Queensland Police Media said investigations into the cause of this morning's house fire were ongoing. 

An eyewitness who called emergency services to the scene said the two children were playing outside when the blaze broke out.

The two children along with a woman were then transported to Proserpine Hospital in a stable condition for smoke inhalation. 

Emergency crews were first called to the scene about 10.40am.

A spokeswoman from Queensland Fire and Emergency said two crews attended the scene about 10.40am.
A spokeswoman from Queensland Fire and Emergency said two crews attended the scene about 10.40am. Laura Thomas

EARLIER: A WOMAN and two children were transported to Proserpine Hospital in a stable condition following a house fire on Lurline Dve in Proserpine.

A spokeswoman from Queensland Fire and Emergency said two crews attended the scene about 10.40am.

She said the house was "fully involved" with "lots of black smoke", however it "didn't look like anyone was inside".

The spokeswoman said the fire was extinguished about 11.04am, but that crews were still on scene "dampening down internally".

A spokesman from Queensland Ambulance Service said the three patients were transported to Proserpine Hospital in a stable condition as a precautionary measure for smoke inhalation.

The cause of the fire is currently unknown.

Ergon Energy were also called and disconnected the power.

 

 

A spokeswoman from Queensland Fire and Emergency said two crews attended the a house fire on Lurline Dve at about 10.40am.
A spokeswoman from Queensland Fire and Emergency said two crews attended the a house fire on Lurline Dve at about 10.40am.

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