Overnight House Fire Sends Resident to Hospital in Mississauga
At around 2:30am on Thursday morning Peel Police, Mississauga Fire and Emergency Crews were in the area of Russett Road in Mississauga for a house fire.
The house was fully engulfed, and several neighbouring homes were evacuated as Mississauga Transit buses were on scene for shelter.
The fire was under control by 3:30am.
One resident was taken to hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.
Unfortunately, the family pet perished in the fire.
The cause is yet to be determined.
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