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Investigators Still Trying To Determine Cause Of Fire In Campbell River

Monday, June 10, 2024 at 8:46 AM

By Jay Herrington

(PHOTO City of Campbell River - Local Government Facebook)

Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of a fire in Campbell River on Friday.

Shortly before noon, the City of Campbell River Fire Department attended a multiple structure fire on Twillingate Road.

The residents were evacuated, and no injuries were reported.

Twillingate Road was closed to traffic, in the interest of public safety, and to allow access for emergency services personnel.

“Crews worked diligently to manage this complex fire that affected hydro lines in the area,” says Acting Fire Chief, Stephanie Bremer.

“Thank you to the incredible work of the firefighters that responded, to the other agencies that supported, and to the public for staying away.”

Mutual aid support was provided by the Oyster River Fire Department, and the RCMP and Bylaw helped secure the area from traffic.

To learn more, visit City of Campbell River.

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