Two fires caused $ 350,000 in damage in Saskatoon

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The Saskatoon Fire Department responded to two consecutive fires Tuesday night. The two fires caused damage estimated at $ 350,000.

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Firefighters were first called around 7:30 pm in the yard of a commercial business near the intersection of Circle Drive and of Idylwyld Drive North.

Upon arrival, firefighters found a burning container filled with motorcycles, wooden pallets and landscape fabric.

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According to a witness, the fire reached nearly 9 meters.

Several firefighters put out a fire with a high flame with lots of black smoke in the yard of a business in Saskatoon.

Three fire engines, a rescue unit and a ladder truck were needed to extinguish the fire.

Firefighters controlled the blaze around 8:25 pm It caused approximately $ 300,000 in damage.

Wooden pallets were damaged by fire, a fence was damaged and trees were on the ground in the yard of a business in Saskatoon.

Second call

Shortly afterwards, the Saskatoon Fire Department also had to go to the scene of the burning house.

Smoke billowed from the roof of a house in Saskatoon while firefighters were in the area.

This second fire was due to negligence.

It would have caused approximately $ 50,000 in damage.

Source: Radio-Canada

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