Man’s body found in bushland in Tasmania’s Timbs outfit article A man has died after a blaze at a timber park in Tasmania, according to authorities.
Key points:A man’s body has been found in a bushland near Timbs, a town about 150 kilometres (93 miles) north of HobartThe fire broke out shortly after midnight at the Timber Park, in the town of Timbs in TasmaniaThe fire is believed to have been started by a bushfire, but Tasmania Police say the cause is still being investigated.
The fire started about 11:00pm on Wednesday, and crews were able to put out the blaze after about three hours.
“We have located the body,” Tasmania Police Commissioner Michael Boudreau said.
“I can confirm the deceased has been identified as a man from Timbs.”
He is a member of the timber industry and was working on the Timber Parks Forestry Road.
“Tasmania Fire Service said the cause of the fire is still unknown.”
The investigation is still underway and the investigation is ongoing,” a spokesman said.
Mr Boudresque said the death is being investigated as suspicious.”
It’s a serious incident,” he said.
Tasmanian fire service spokesman Michael Bourn said the deceased man was a member, contractor and employee of the Timber parks Forestry Road.”
His body was found in the timber park, he was working at the site,” he told news.com.au.”
That is what we are doing to try and establish the cause.
“There is still a lot of work to do.”
Timbs has a population of about 7,500 and is the third most populous town in Tasmania.
Mr Maclaren said he had spoken to the man’s wife who lives in the area.
“She’s really upset, she’s distraught,” he added.
“Her kids are out at school and they’ve got to come back to school and she’s not able to come to school.”‘
There’s nothing to see here’Mr Bourn added the timber parks is considered an “urban” area and he had been advised by police not to trespass in the areas where the fire had broken out.
“This is a very, very busy site and you can see a lot more people,” he explained.
“You can see more cars coming down this way.”
He said the fire was likely started by the fire at the Forestry Road, which has a large number of houses.
“If it was a bush fire, it’s not likely to have spread along the Forestry Roads,” he warned.
“But the fire broke into the timber roads, it broke into this timber forest, so there’s definitely something to see there.”