Fire crews have worked to extinguish the blaze.
Fire crews have worked to extinguish the blaze. Frank Redward

VIDEO: House fire reignites causing the roof to collapse

UPDATE: A FIRE that damaged a Coffs Harbour home this afternoon has reignited tonight and destroyed the upper storey of the Narani Close home. 

Fire crews were called back to the location around 9pm, after smoke began billowing out of the roof. 

It's understood a tree next to the property may have ignited and caused the home to catch fire again. 

Fire crews have extinguished the blaze and part of the roof has collapsed. 

Earlier this afternoon a male occupant was treated for smoke inhalation when emergency crews were called to the location. 

Police and paramedics remain on scene.  

Fire crews work to extinguish a blaze in a double storey home off Narani Close.
Fire crews work to extinguish a blaze in a double storey home off Narani Close. Frank Redward

5.30PM: FIREFIGHTERS have been called to the scene of a house fire in West Coffs. 

Emergency services were called to Narani Close, Coffs Harbour, around 5pm. 

Crews arrived to find a two-storey house on fire.

A male occupant of the home has been treated by paramedics for smoke inhalation. 

Fire crews have worked to extinguish the flames. 

A male occupant of the home has been treated for smoke inhalation as fire crews work to extinguish the fire on the ground level of the double storey house.
A male occupant of the home has been treated for smoke inhalation as fire crews work to extinguish the fire on the ground level of the double storey house. Frank Redward


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