Residents Currently Being Evacuated From Mississauga Building
Emergency crews are evacuating residents from a building in Mississauga due to a possible fire.
Peel police report that officers are on scene assisting with the evacuation, which is taking place at a low-rise building in the Truscott and Bodmin area.
Police say at least two floors are being evacuated.
Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services is investigating a possible fire in the building.
Truscott is closed at Bodmin and Lewisham as a result.
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