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No one hurt, dog saved as firefighters respond to a pair of incidents Saturday

Ottawa Fire Services made quick work of an apartment fire Saturday in a medium-rise building at 300 Lacasse Ave. in the Vanier district. Responders were notified at about 12:35 p.m. of smoke and alarm bells coming from an eighth-floor apartment. Residents were not home at the time and firefighters had to break down the apartment door […]

Ottawa Fire Services made quick work of an apartment fire Saturday in a medium-rise building at 300 Lacasse Ave. in the Vanier district.


Responders were notified at about 12:35 p.m. of smoke and alarm bells coming from an eighth-floor apartment.


Residents were not home at the time and firefighters had to break down the apartment door to enter and control the fire.


The fire was quickly extinguished and a dog was safely rescued from the balcony of the apartment.


About 10 minutes before the Vanier call, firefighters were called to a fire at 2000 Beaconwood Dr., Gloucester.


The blaze began as a grass fire that spread to a tree and onto a nearby garage.


Firefighters quickly brought the fire under control.


There were no injuries in either blaze and fire investigators have been call to both scenes.


Firefighters responded after smoke was reported coming from an 8th-floor apartment at 300 Lacasse Avenue Saturday afternoon.


 


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