Fire on Fort William First Nation Responded to by Thunder Bay Fire Rescue

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FORT WILLIAM FIRST NATION – Thunder Bay Fire Rescue responded with five pumper units, an aerial ladder unit, and twenty-two firefighters to a structural fire to a single storey bungalow in the 100 block of Anemki Drive on Fort William First Nation on February 6, 2018. Crews responded to the blaze at 9:48 pm

First arriving units quickly determined that the fire was burning underneath the residence within a crawl space. A second alarm was initiated which brought the total

The blaze was quickly extinguished by advancing a single 45mm hand line through the residence and down into the crawl space.

Fire damage was concentrated to the lower level of the home within the crawl space.

There were no injuries to report to occupants or fire personnel.  The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.

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