McDonald’s fire: Luxury car bursts into flames at Brisbane’s Eaglebee restaurant as worker treated for smoke inhalation
McDonald’s car caught fire
A teenage fast food worker has been treated for smoke inhalation after a car caught fire at a McDonald’s drive-thru in Brisbane’s south on Sunday.
The BMW caught fire in the drive-thru at a fast food restaurant in Eagleby shortly after midnight on Sunday.
Queensland Fire and Emergency Service extinguished the fire.
A teenage fast food worker was treated for smoke inhalation after a car caught fire at a McDonald’s drive-thru in Brisbane’s south on Sunday.
Emergency services were seen at the scene with the charred wreckage of the car sitting in the drive-thru.
A firefighter was seen lowering the vehicle as smoke billowed from the wreckage.
A female teenage McDonald’s employee had to be taken to the hospital for evaluation for mild smoke inhalation.
The fire is believed to have started due to a mechanical fault.