Camperdown CFA

  • Trapped woman airlifted

    A 59 year-old Camperdown woman was airlifted to the Royal Melbourne Hospital after she was involved in a two-car collision on the Princes Highway on Monday night.

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  • Climbers on fire

    AN energetic team of six district firefighters has added more than $5000 towards mental health support initiatives after they scaled 28 flights of stairs in full kit.

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  • Stitches of recovery

    THE hard work of Camperdown CFA members during the St Patrick’s Day fires has not gone unnoticed with a thank you gift presented to the brigade on Friday.

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  • Cup Day collision

    CAMPERDOWN SES personnel used the jaws-of-life to free a local motorist from his vehicle after a collision on Pike Street on Tuesday.

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  • Arson suspected

    POLICE and CFA investigators are treating a house fire which occurred on Gnotuk Road early yesterday as ‘suspicious’.

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  • T-bone collision injures two

    A 45 YEAR-OLD Camperdown woman was taken to the Camperdown hospital for observation after the vehicle she was driving was T-boned on Leura Street yesterday.

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  • Explosion rocks lake

    TWO men sustained burns to their bodies after their speedboat exploded on Lake Bullen Merri Monday afternoon.

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  • Climbing for a cure

    RACING up 28 flights of stairs is hard enough at the best of times, much less with 30 kilograms of weight strapped to your back.

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  • Fire ravages Camperdown home of 15 years

    BY the time Mauro Taverna found his phone and dialled 000, his home of 15 years was fully engulfed by fire and unsaveable.

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  • Drivers escape smash uninjured

    TWO drivers were able to walk away uninjured after a collision on the corner of Pike and Fergusson streets on Tuesday afternoon.

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