Fire crews battle 'significant smoke and flames' in in town Calgary fire
Emergency crews blocked off a extend of 8th St. SW to traffic Saturday afternoon to put out a fire at a condo in Calgary Beltline area.
In your firm stand out, Calgary Fire category (CFD) Said fire crews "Faced tremendous smoke and flames" From a fourth floor balcony at a loft apartment at 836 15th Ave. SW. Firefighters used hose lines to control the fire from outside the building while others fought the fire in the building.
CFD says some residents were told to shelter in place due to the flame spread being mostly limited to the building exterior, while other people self evacuated.
lots of suites were damaged by water and smoke, While parts of the side were damaged due to flame and smoke spread. Building management and a recovery company are on scene managing residents needs including those who will be displaced, CFD had said.
A Calgary police spokesperson said an anti vaccination demonstration was taking place in the area likewise,however, But that did not limit Calgary police ability to get through the scene. He said his friend, Who thrives on a higher floor, Was still in the property.
"It was just a little nerve wracking at first because our friend was there, he was quoted saying.
No injuries were revealed. CFD says a fire investigator is on scene to determine the cause of the fire.
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