Fire-fighters have been busy battling a house fire at Warrawong on Sunday morning.
The incident occurred at a property on Minnegang Street.
Fire and Rescue NSW Illawarra duty commander Inspector Greg Purvis said they were called to the house fire just after 9.30am.
He said upon arrival, the roof of the house was fully engulfed in fire, with large volumes of smoke coming out.
The residents had heard "some crackling in the roof" and evacuated the house.
No one was injured, and the fire was extinguished about 11am.
Insp Purvis said the fire had been mainly contained to the roof, with some damage on the first level.
The cause of the blaze is yet to be determined, with investigations continuing.
There have also been road closures in place.
Insp Purvis said the incident was a timely reminder to have a home fire safety escape plan and working smoke detectors.
Meanwhile, there was a motor vehicle accident on Jamberoo Road at Croom on Sunday morning.
Emergency services received a call just before 10.30am, regarding reports of a collision between a motorbike and car.
A male believed to be aged in his 20s, and a woman in her 60s, were both injured.
The female sustained an arm injury, while the male had a suspected leg injury.
According to Ambulance officials, one of them was transported to Wollongong Hospital, although it wasn't confirmed which one.
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