Electrical appliances and wiring will be looked at during an
investigation of a Ranfurly house fire today.
Hunter Moir (left), of Dunedin, and Blake Jowett, of
Cromwell, (both 4) display the ladybirds they made as part of
the Cromwell Library's preschool holiday programme yesterday.
Great bales of fire are the last thing you want to see in
your rear-vision mirror when you're steaming down the
highway, driving a truck-and-trailer unit loaded with straw.
A woman and child fled a fire in a Ranfurly house yesterday
morning by jumping from a window to escape flames which
gutted the building.
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