Two people, including child, die in ‘intense’ house fire in Victoria | 9 News Australia

Two people, including child, die in ‘intense’ house fire in victoria | 9 news australia

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Emergency services are determining the cause of an intense house fire that claimed two lives, including an 11-year-old boy, near Geelong in Victoria’s south-west.

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In This Story: Geelong

Geelong is a city southwest of Melbourne, Australia, in the state of Victoria. Population: 253,269 (2016).

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