Two people taken to hospital with minor burns after argument

UPDATE TUESDAY 10.30AM: A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesperson said two people were taken to hospital Monday night with minor burns following an incident in Old Rollo Dr.

A Queensland Police spokesperson said officers attended the incident and are conducting further enquiries. 

UPDATE 8PM: A police media spokesperson has confirmed some hot water was poured on someone's shoulder after they intervened in a verbal disagreement.

Police are still currently on scene.

Queensland Ambulance Services were also required on scene. 

UPDATE 7PM: Eyewitness accounts indicate there are two fire engines, two ambulances and three police cars at an Old Rollo Dr address where it is believed a 17-year-old man has been burnt by boiling water thrown during an argument.

6.50PM: Police responding to reports of a 17-year-old male being burnt by boiling water thrown during a family argument at a Frenchville home.

Initial call  to police indicates the alleged victim intervened when his brother allegedly went to throw water over his mother and another family member.


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