Published: 14:40 BST, 3 May 2020 | Updated: 14:40 BST, 3 May 2020
Firefighters are battling to save an upholstery workshop and neighbouring buildings after a raging inferno broke out in south Sydney.
Fire and rescue personnel were called to the scene on Monro Avenue in Kirrawee just after 10pm on Sunday.
A huge blaze had engulfed the top level of the upholstery shop, with fire crews immediately upgrading their response team at the scene.
An enormous fire has broken out in an upholstery shop on Monro Avenue in Kirrawee in south Sydney
Fire and rescue personnel were called in around 10pm, with 50 firefighters at the scene fighting the blaze
A Fire and Rescue NSW spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia there are 50 firefighters on the scene tackling the blaze and they are expected to remain fighting through the night.
Firefighters are expected to fight the blaze through the night, with concerns for the upholstery shop and neighbouring buildings, including a McDonald’s
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