- 120 firefighters battled an inferno at a central Sydney building on Thursday.
- The blaze has been called one of the largest fires in the city for years.
- Fire investigators are examining the wreckage to determine the cause of the fire.
“Last night, two young people handed themselves in at two separate police stations in the late hours of last night,” Acting Assistant Commissioner Paul Dunstan told reporters on Friday.
Police urged three or four other young people who may have been inside the building before the fire, to come forward with their parents.
“There’s definitely a high chance they’ll come down without notice.”
Superintendent Dewberry said there is still a significant amount of work to be done to make the building safe for access, especially if the wind picks up.
Firefighters were able to enter her apartment and collect her wedding dress during a run for essentials.
Once the area is safe, residents and businesses are expected to be allowed to return to their premises and the major thoroughfare Elizabeth Street will be reopened.
“They screamed upwards talking to another kid inside the building, asking why he was still inside.”
A ute parked beside the building was also lost in the fire.