Ute on fire at Woorim Beach Access Track

Ute on fire, Fire at Woorim, Bribie Island local news

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Tags: Ute on fire, Smoke at Woorim, Bribie Island.


There is a Ute on fire in the car park of the dirt track beach access that leads to the dog beach off Benalong Street. A local resident of Woorim contacted The Bribie Islander and said that she could not see anyone in the ute. Two loud bangs have been heard in the area about 10 minutes apart. At this point, the surrounding bushland has not caught fire.



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