Firefighters Battle Three-Alarm Blaze in Mississauga
Emergency crews rushed to the scene of a three-alarm fire in Mississauga early Saturday.
Crews were dispatched to a townhouse complex at 1560 Bloor St. E, near Dixie Rd., at 2:13 a.m.
Fire is on the roof, which was starting to cave, say Mississauga Fire officials.
Nearby homes were evacuated.
It took about five hours for firefighters to get the blaze under control.
It’s unclear how many residents are displaced.
Mississauga firefighters, Peel police, and paramedics are on scene.
There’s no word yet on injuries.
UPDATE: Paramedics assessed four patients — two people were taken to local hospital for minor injuries and further assessment.
Photo courtesy of Peel Paramedics
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