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Major fire in Seaford
Around 90 CFA firefighters battled a major blaze in the floor space of a trampoline leisure centre at Seaford, which has left one man in hospital.
Crews were called to the 80 x 40 metre centre in Oliphant Way around 1.30am to find a fire, believed to have started in a foam pit, burning well.
A worker was transported to hospital. A firefighter was also transported to hospital but has already been released.
It was brought under control around 5.15am. The cause is believed to have been when welding near a foam pit.
A warning of smoke for nearby areas has also been issued.
Around 20 trucks, including 2 large ladder platform vehicles capable of fighting fhe fire from above, were dispatched from Frankston, Carrum Downs, Springvale, Dandenong, Patterson River, Skye, Hallam, Mt Eliza and Scoresby.
Crews remained on scene well into the morning.
Images & video by Keith Pakenham - CFA