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An adult suffered a life-threatening injury after four alerts ignited at the western end of Toronto

According to rescuers, one suffered a life-threatening injury and the other three were slightly injured after four alarms ignited at the western end of Toronto on Saturday morning.

Around 6:15 am, a fire broke out in a three-story apartment on Shaw and Leeds streets north of Bloor Street.

According to fire authorities, there were reports of black smoke and flames coming from the second floor and roof of the building.

After conducting a primary search, the fire brigade found two fully involved rooms.

According to the Toronto Fire Department, one crew member was pulled out of the unit, another was rescued from the third floor, and the other two were rescued through a ladder.

A Toronto rescuer said one adult was taken to the hospital with a life-threatening injury and three other residents were taken with minor injuries.

The cause of the fire is unknown.

Roads in the area are closed due to investigations by the fire brigade.



An adult suffered a life-threatening injury after four alerts ignited at the western end of Toronto

Source link An adult suffered a life-threatening injury after four alerts ignited at the western end of Toronto

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