A car shop in Adelaide’s western suburbs has been hit by a fire and the owner says the owner and a customer may have been poisoned.

The fire broke out around 7:45am (AEST) at the car shop’s garage in the Adelaide suburb of Mount Gambier.

The owner, who has not been named, said a man came into the shop and handed a plastic bag containing a mixture of petrol and petrolatum to a woman who came in.

The woman and her friend had been at the shop for the previous day, and the pair had purchased an old car.

The man left the shop after the woman said she had a headache and had been drinking some liquid, she said.

She did not know the man, who had a history of mental health problems.

The pair had gone to a car wash nearby, but were not at the time of the fire, Ms O’Brien said.

The man was seen with a white powdery substance in his hand. “

I think there may have also been some other people that were in the shop.”

The man was seen with a white powdery substance in his hand.

The smell was so strong it frightened the woman, who said she feared the man had poisoned her.

The shop’s owner, a 70-year-old Caucasian woman, said the fire was not suspicious.

She said the owner had been on medication for depression and had recently lost her job.

She was in hospital and had not seen her husband in three weeks.

“He’s a great guy, I’m sure he’ll be fine,” she said, adding she had been “very scared”.

“I just want him to be okay.”

A local business owner said he was “shocked and appalled” by the fire.

“My thoughts are with the family,” he said.

The Australian Business Council said it was providing financial support to the family.

The council said the council’s Community Support Unit was helping to establish the circumstances of the incident.

The Council of Small Business Australia said it would also be working with local business owners to support them in dealing with the consequences of this incident.

Mr O’Briens family had not received any money from the council.

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