PHOTOS AND VIDEOS: Massive fire destroys very popular Middle Eastern restaurant in Mississauga
Published May 31, 2021 at 12:38 am
Emergency crews are continuing to fight a major fire in Mississauga this afternoon.
The fire was reported after 6:00 p.m. at the Paramount Fine Foods restaurant at Erin Mills Town Centre, with reports of the interior fully involved and fire breaking through the roof, causing the roof to fully collapse into the restaurant.
.@MississaugaFES crews utilizing 3 aerial towers to extinguish working fire inside Paromount foods. Heavy fire has broken through the roof, with the interior fully involved. pic.twitter.com/PwYvLp0VIT
— Andrew Collins (@ACollinsPhoto) May 30, 2021
— яɪɔɦаʀđ (@Scorpi89n) May 30, 2021
Thanks to all who expressed concern about the #mississauga fire near our offices. It was adjacent to @erinmillstown. Sadly one of our fav restaurants @ParamountFoods #erinmills caught fire. Fortunately there were no injuries. Kudos to @MississaugaFES for their swift action. pic.twitter.com/vjynRTsdmh
— MindShareWorkSpace (@MindShareWork) May 31, 2021
FULLY INVOLVED: @MississaugaFES crews o/s fire tears thru the roof Paramount Fine Foods restaurant – Erin Mills Town Center. Now a second alarm, defensive attack with 3 aerials set-up. No injuries reported. @PeelPolice have CLOSED Eglinton Ave W at fire scene. pic.twitter.com/a2lcDVvDUc
— Graham Paine (@GPmedia_24) May 30, 2021
(Thread 2/2) No Doubter Mississauga @IAFF1212 on scene of an absolute no doubter. Multiple crews on scene working to extinguish this fire at @ParamountFoods at the Erin Mills Town Centre.#mississauga pic.twitter.com/GkMfxSg2Ce
— Kyle.Taylor (@livingbyyyz) May 31, 2021
“Fire crews on scene conducting fire attack. Please be aware of first responders on roadways,” said Mississauga Fire.
No injuries have been reported and the cause of the fire remains unknown at this time.
Residents should continue to avoid the area until further notice.
Cover photo courtesy of Ziad Siddiq on Twitter
UPDATE: Fire is continuing to burst through the roof of the restaurant, with reports that the fire is being gas fed.
Mississauga Fire has multiple aerial resources working to knock down the fire.Insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies