House is severely damaged when a ruptured cockroach bomb EXPLODES with a family inside
- NSW Emergency services rushed to Sydney home after neighbourhood rattled
- An explosion had significantly damaged the home but no one inside was injured
- The explosion is believed to have been caused by a ruptured cockroach bomb
Fire and police have responded to an explosion inside a home believed to be caused by a cockroach bomb.
NSW emergency services rushed to the home in Hillsdale, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, after the explosion rattled the neighbourhood on Thursday.
Fire and Rescue NSW said everyone in the home was uninjured and the explosion came from a ruptured cockroach bomb.
NSW emergency services attended a home in Hillsdale, east Sydney, following reports of an explosion caused by a ruptured cockroach bomb on Thursday
It said the house suffered ‘substantial’ damage in the explosion.
However one commenter was able to make light of the unfortunate situation.
‘Cockroaches were seen exiting the rubble with smug looks on their faces,’ the person joked.
Fire and Rescue NSW released a statement that said no one inside the home was injured but the house suffered ‘substanial’ damaged