Truck Accident Wetherill Park – Paramedics say it is wonderful two drivers have endured a blazing truck crash on a significant avenue in Sydney’s west, as structures are emptied 100 meters toward every path because of poisonous smoke.
Police said officials were called to report that two B-twofold trucks had slammed and burst into flames.
NSW Ambulance Inspector Joe Ibrahim said two male patients had been taken to Liverpool Hospital in a steady condition with some facial and chest wounds.
Occupants have been asked to remain inside and close windows and entryways because of the thick smoke.
A Fire and Rescue NSW representative said one of the trucks was conveying lithium batteries.
Structures inside the avoidance zone, traversing 100 meters toward every path from the accident site, have been cleared.
More than 60 firemen were shipped off to stifle the blast and witnesses revealed a huge crest of smoke.
Victoria Street stayed shut down on Thursday evening among Cowpasture and Newton streets.
Traffic redirections are set up and drivers are encouraged to utilize The Horsley Drive.
Fairfield City police region order officials are exploring.