A fire has engulfed a building in Sydney’s south overnight, destroying several businesses and storage units.
More than 50 firefighters fought the blaze on Princes Highway in Kirrawee at approximately 10pm on Sunday.
7 News report that the fire broke out on the third level, with smoke billowing through the roof.
While a neighbouring McDonald’s store managed to be saved, numerous other businesses at 555 Princes Highway were not so lucky.
No injuries were reported.
Kirrawee: A fire has erupted destroying businesses and storage units on Monro Avenue overnight. Firefighters arrived at the Sutherland Shire Auto Centre to find the three level building well alight and smoke billowing from the roof. https://t.co/DFhNNJdFoG #Kirrawee #7NEWS pic.twitter.com/Vi5czEeUWG
— 7NEWS Sydney (@7NewsSydney) May 4, 2020