Four crews attend Mosgiel blaze

Fire crews mop up after a house fire in Mosgiel last night.

A Fire and Emergency New Zealand spokeswoman said a fire investigator would attend the scene this morning.

Two crews from the Mosgiel Volunteer Fire Brigade were joined by Lookout Point and Roslyn.


The single-storey Oban St property was well involved when firefighters arrived about 8.30pm.


By 9.30pm fire crews had entered the house to extinguish the fire inside, she said.

A St John spokesman said they were notified at 8.32pm but were not required to attend.


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