No one was injured

Fire destroys home in Gold Creek area

No one was injured when a fire destroyed a home in Gold Creek near Cranbrook early on Monday, November 18.

  • Nov. 19, 2013 7:00 a.m.

Townsman Staff

No one was injured when a fire destroyed a home in Gold Creek near Cranbrook early on Monday, November 18.

At about 3:30 a.m. on Monday morning, RCMP called Cranbrook Fire and Emergency Services to the site of a structure fire on 41st Street South.

Seventeen firefighters and three pieces of firefighting equipment responded.

Fire crews quickly attended and found a home fully engulfed by flames. Firefighters made efforts to save surrounding buildings and property.

All occupants of the home have been accounted for. No injuries have been reported. There is currently no damage estimate available.

The cause of the fire will be determined by the RCMP as the fire occurred outside of the City limits.

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