Sydney fire: fears Surry Hills building could collapse after blaze engulfs former hat factory

Tonnes of bricks could again rain down on a Sydney street amid concern more parts of a charred seven-storey building might collapse.

More than 120 firefighters from 30 fire trucks battled the blaze that broke out at a heritage-listed former hat factory in Surry Hills on Thursday afternoon, consuming the building as thousands of people watched on.

Firefighters worked through the night to extinguish the blaze and were using a drone to monitor hotspots for potential reignition on Friday morning.

There are concerns more building walls could still collapse without warning.

“There are two walls…

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