Walls collapse as fireball engulfs Sydney building
More than 100 firefighters from Fire and Rescue New South Wales (FRNSW) were sent to tackle a major blaze in the Surry Hills area of Sydney, Australia.
Some of the the walls of a multi-storey building collapsed, with FRNSW stating that there were concerns the fire could spread to neighbouring buildings.
Officials said that the inferno had a "10th alarm" status, the most severe type of fire.
A firefighter received a minor burn to his arm, but it is not yet known if there were any further injuries or any fatalities.