UPDATE @ 6.00AM | Queensland Police have confirmed that two men have died in a house fire in Tallebudgera Valley last night.
A 26-year-old and a 63-year-old were located deceased at the scene, and the house was completely destroyed.
A crime scene has been established and investigations are continuing.
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EARLIER @ 5.45PM | A major incident is unfolding at a home in the Gold Coast Hinterland this afternoon.
Emergency crews were called to a house on Nancol Drive in Tallebudgera Valley just after 4.00pm on Wednesday, following reports of a massive blaze.
A Queensland Fire and Rescue spokesperson told myGC explosions were heard before the house burst into flames.
Seven fire trucks, paramedics and police rushed to the property, with investigations into the incident continuing.
It’s understood two people, believed to be father and son, were found dead at the scene.
A crime scene has been set up, while a search of the area is also underway.
A Queensland Police spokesperson confirmed they’re currently working to contact family members.
The blaze has since been extinguished.
A search is underway in the Tallebudgera Valley after a house fire this afternoon. A crime scene has been established and dozens of police are still on scene. Neighbours say they heard screams and gunshots. @7NewsBrisbane @7NewsGoldCoast pic.twitter.com/M7xnsyC7pu
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