Calgary Fire Department Responds to a Two Alarm Fire in Bridgeland
At approximately 3:15am this morning, Monday July 6, Calgary Fire Department (CFD) crews responded to reports of a house fire at the 900 block of Drury Avenue NE. On arrival crews were met with a significant amount of smoke and flames from an unoccupied two story home under construction. A second alarm was immediately struck to ensure adequate resources on scene.
Firefighters initiated an aggressive exterior attack using hand lines and two aerials provided elevated master streams. Two adjacent homes suffered damage from the heat of the fire. There were no reported injuries to civilians or firefighters and all occupants were able to self evacuate prior to CFD's arrival.
ATCO and Enmax crews responded to ensure there were no hazards related to services and AHS/CPS crews were also on scene to assist.
Fire crews remain on scene to ensure there is no fire extension and fire investigators are there to determine the origin and cause of the fire.
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