Moore Street Garage Fire Results in Major Damage

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Thunder Bay Fire Rescue Aerial Ladder at Junot Fire Station
Thunder Bay Fire Rescue Aerial Ladder at Junot Fire Station
Thunder Bay Fire Rescue Aerial Ladder at Junot Fire Station
Thunder Bay Fire Rescue Aerial Ladder at Junot Fire Station

THUNDER BAY – NEWS – Thunder Bay Fire & Rescue received an alarm at 9:13 am that a garage was on fire on Moore St.

Three pumpers carrying 13 fire fighters responded as well as the Platoon Chief. The first arriving Pumper encountered a Garage at the rear of the residence engulfed in flames. Fire fighters wearing Self Contained Breathing Apparatus brought the fire under control quickly. The second arriving Pumper established a water supply from a nearby fire hydrant. An Ambulance was called to assess the property owner whom had received smoke inhalation .There were no injuries and none required Hospital care.

The second arriving Pumper established a water supply from a nearby fire hydrant. An Ambulance was called to assess the property owner who had received smoke inhalation. There were no injuries and none required Hospital care.

The Garage suffered major damage and Thunder Bay Fire & Rescue Inspection Division were on scene to trying to determine the cause. The investigation is still ongoing.

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