Teenager accidently sets Davoren Park house alight with accelerant | 7NEWS

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There is a warning about the dangers of fire accelerants after a northern suburbs home went up in flames.

A Davoren Park teenager has told of the moment his attempt to start a lounge room log fire left his family with nowhere to live.

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