One treated after Bromley house fire

NICOLE MATHEWSON
Last updated 15:18 11/06/2013

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One person has been treated by paramedics after a house fire in Bromley this afternoon.

Emergency services received several calls about the fire in Pateke Pl about 2.30pm.

A Fire Service spokesman said the fire was "well involved" when firefighters arrived.

A St John spokeswoman said everyone in the house managed to get out unharmed, but one person was examined by paramedics at the scene.

The Fire Service spokesman said firefighters were having a busy afternoon in Christchurch, with a fire reported in the roof space of a commercial building in Disraeli St, Addington, about 3pm.

Police and the Fire Service were investigating reports of a "strange smell" in Waltham, he said.

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