Busy Night for Thunder Bay Fire Rescue

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THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Fire Rescue says “Last night proved to be a busy night due to high winds.”

Thunder Bay Fire Rescue responded to a total of 55 calls in the last 24 hours, with 23 of the calls being directly related to the high winds overnight.

One unattended pot on the stove had the potential to destroy a home.

A passerby had heard a smoke alarm sounding the 400 block of East Brock Street and alerted 911.

Thunder Bay Fire Rescue arrived to find a locked home with light smoke developing, entry was made and pot removed from the stove.

A search of the premises was done and luckily no one was found. No damage was done as a result.

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