Emergency services raced to a shed fire in Injune early hours of this morning.
Emergency services raced to a shed fire in Injune early hours of this morning.

Emergency crews respond to shed fire in Injune

EMERGENCY services were called out to a garden shed on fire early hours of this morning.

A Queensland Fire and Emergency spokeswoman said two crews were called to Annandale and Ronald St at about 2am this morning. The second crew only remained on scene for a short period of time.

The garden shed was 8m x 3m and was not attached to a house. 

Crews extinguished the fire and left the scene at 3.50am.

A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said there were no patients at the scene.

A Queensland Police Service spokeswoman said they are not treating it as suspicious. 



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