Colombian Restaurant Suffers Explosion in Mississauga
An explosion at a Mississauga restaurant has sent one man to hospital.
According to a recent CBC article, firefighters were called to an explosion at the Cooksville-area Colombia Mia Family Restaurant in the early hours of the morning.
The CBC reports that the explosion blew out the windows.
One man was injured in the incident and was taken to hospital.
The extent of the victim’s injuries and the cause of the explosion are not known at this time.
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