Crews on Scene for Fire at Mississauga Residence
Officers and Mississauga Fire are on scene for a fire this morning.
At 9:48 a.m., police got reports of smoke coming from a residential building near Thomas Street at Winston Churchill Boulevard.
The cause of the smoke, a cooking fire, was prompty extinguished by firefighters.
No injuries have been reported.
All occupants are now returning to their homes, police say.
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