Household of three displaced in considered one of two Cumberland fires in a single day

A household of three has been displaced after hearth severely broken their house in Cumberland within the metropolis’s east finish.

Firefighters had been known as shortly earlier than midnight for a report of a chimney hearth on the log-style residence at 1717 Cox Nation Rd., north of Innes Street.


Crews had been in a position to launch a fast assault, and had the blaze beneath management inside about an hour.

Damages to the constructing had been estimated at $300,000. A fireplace investigator was known as to the scene.

There have been no reported accidents.


Earlier, crews had been known as to a residence at 4800 Whispering Willow Dr. within the Navan space for studies of heavy smoke .

Firefighters arriving on the scene discovered the fireplace in a storage. It unfold to a cupboard and set of stairs, however didn’t make it into the home.

The fireplace was beneath management inside about 30 minutes. Damages had been estimated at $15,000.


There have been no accidents.

Firefighters on the scene of a hearth in a log-style house on Cox Nation Street in Cumberland Saturday, Nov. 30, 2019

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