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Nearly 100 firefighters are in the Yulong Close building (photo) in Moorebook after the fire started on Tuesday at about 1.50 p.m.

Gigantic fire engulfs factory building in Sydney with more than a dozen firemen fighting flames

  • Nearly 100 firefighters are in a chemical plant in Moorebank to extinguish the fire
  • Flames went through the roof of the building, with smoke all around the area
  • Those in the area have been advised to keep their doors and windows closed
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A giant eruption has flooded a chemical plant in southwest Sydney.

Nearly 100 firefighters are in the Yulong Close building in Moorebook after the fire started on Tuesday at approximately 1.50 p.m.

A spokeswoman for Fire and Rescue in New South Wales said that Daily Mail Australia flames were roaring, with a lot of smoke around the area.

Nearly 100 firefighters are in the Yulong Close building (photo) in Moorebook after the fire started on Tuesday at about 1.50 p.m.

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Nearly 100 firefighters are in the Yulong Close building (photo) in Moorebook after the fire started on Tuesday at about 1.50 p.m.

A Fire and Rescue spokeswoman in New South Wales said that Daily Mail Australia flames were roaring, with a lot of smoke all around the area

A Fire and Rescue spokeswoman in New South Wales said that Daily Mail Australia flames were roaring, with a lot of smoke all around the area

A Fire and Rescue spokeswoman in New South Wales said that Daily Mail Australia flames were roaring, with a lot of smoke all around the area

A tweet from Fire and Rescue NSW wrote: & # 39; More than a dozen # FRNSW crews respond to a factory fire in Yulong CL. & # 39;

& # 39; The building is fully involved in fire and firefighters are laying hoses to attack. & # 39;

Fire and Rescue NSW advises all residents to keep doors and windows closed to prevent them from breathing in the smoke.

They had entered the building to determine the extent of the fire, but no casualties have been reported so far.

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Witness, Carloss, told me 2GB he & # 39; saw a plume of black smoke & # 39 ;.

The cause of the fire is still unknown and the work is ongoing.

More to come.

Fire and Rescue NSW advises all residents to keep doors and windows closed to prevent them from breathing in the smoke

Fire and Rescue NSW advises all residents to keep doors and windows closed to prevent them from breathing in the smoke

Fire and Rescue NSW advises all residents to keep doors and windows closed to prevent them from breathing in the smoke

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