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Appeal launched for Turner family

BURNT TO THE GROUND: A Greycliffe family of seven lost everything in this house fire on Wednesday morning.
BURNT TO THE GROUND: A Greycliffe family of seven lost everything in this house fire on Wednesday morning.

AN appeal has been launched for the Turner family who lost everything in a house fire at Greycliffe on Wednesday.

An account has been set up at the Suncorp Bank for anyone wishing to help the Turner family.

Money can be donated by depositing money electronically into the account with the BSB 484-799 and Account Number 50-660996-1.

Or by going to Suncorp and depositing into this account.  


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