Stirling Woolworths Fire Today South Australia, Fire Broke Out At Woolworths supermarket

Stirling Woolworths Fire Today South Australia

A fire has been broke out today in the Stirling Area at Woolworths supermarket shopping center, South Australia.

Stirling Woolworths Fire South Australia – An incident involving fire has been reported at a Woolworths supermarket facility located in a more rural part of South Australia. A warning was given by the South Australian Country Fire Service regarding the fire that broke out at the Woolworths located in the Stirling Mall on Mount Barker Road in Stirling, which is located southeast of Adelaide.

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Many news reporter has obtained exclusive footage that shows consumers fleeing a Woolworths store as a fire breaks out inside the store and quickly spreads to the ceiling.

There is another video that shows customers being evacuated and rushing out of the building as heavy clouds of smoke surround the entire area. “CFS advises that crews are responding to a Structure Fire at a shopping complex,” a statement issued by the CFS said.

Mount Barker Road in Stirling, between Druids Avenue and Johnston Street, is the location where the incident took place.

Explosions have been heard by witnesses in the area, and the Civil Fire Service has issued a warning about the possible effects of smoke exposure on Mount Barker Road and the neighboring streets. It is strongly advised that all exterior doors and windows be locked and that people remain inside.

In addition, social media has shown that there is a significant amount of smoke in the neighbourhood. According to a report made by a witness on X (formerly known as Twitter), explosions at the location were causing CFS employees to retreat.

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There have been no reports of anyone being hurt as a result of the fire. An employee of Woolworths said to The Adelaide Advertiser that the staff performed a “amazing job” of escorting people out of the building during the evacuation. She commented that the speed with which it took hold made the situation extremely disturbing.

Source: 7news

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