Alberta Mirror

Monday, October 3, 2022

Edmonton police probing apartment fire considered fishy

Alberta

Key takeaways: 

  • The fire broke out in a basement flat in the city’s Queen Mary Park area, police state.
  • Soon after 7 p.m. Friday, Edmonton police replied to a call regarding a suspicious fire inside an apartment building around 117th Street and 108th Avenue.

Edmonton police are probing a blaze that ignited inside an apartment construction in the city’s Queen Mary Park area Friday night, injuring three people.

Soon after 7 p.m. Friday, police replied to a call regarding a disbelieving fire inside an apartment building near 117th Street and 108th Avenue.

Citizens were evacuated to assure their safety, police say, but three people were treated for minor wounds.

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Edmonton police are probing a blaze that ignited inside an apartment construction in the city’s Queen Mary Park area Friday night, injuring three people

The reason for the fire is still unknown, but police are probing, along with Edmonton Fire Rescue Services, as the possibilities surrounding the happening appear wary, according police.

The areas between 116th and 117th and 108th and 109th were shut to drivers Friday to continue the research.

As of Saturday, the property is still taped off by the authority.

Source – CBC News

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