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Boy and girl suffer serious burns in explosion at Queenscliff caravan park

ABC News logo ABC News 12/11/2018
A boy and a girl were flown to hospital with serious burns. © Provided by ABC News A boy and a girl were flown to hospital with serious burns. Two high-school aged children have suffered serious burns after a suspected gas explosion at a caravan park in Queenscliff, south-west of Melbourne.

Paramedics were called to the park off the Bellarine Highway about 8:00pm.

They assessed four people at the scene, an Ambulance Victoria spokesperson said.

Two of the children — a boy and a girl — were flown to the Alfred Hospital with serious burns.

The girl was initially in a serious condition with burns to her face, legs and arms, while the boy suffered serious burns to his chest and legs.

This morning, both were reported to be in stable conditions.

Another boy and girl suffered superficial burns and were taken to Geelong University Hospital for treatment in stable conditions.

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