Fire on Pacific Avenue

Fire on Pacific Avenue

Fire can be a scary and destructive force. Many residential fires occur because of the tenant's fault or negligence of fire safety and common sense. A fire in the industrial building or a business office brings a great danger and life-threatening panic to people inside and near the building.

On Saturday, March 23rd a residential fire occurred in a one and a half story home in the 1500 block of Pacific Avenue West. Thankfully, nobody was injured and all tenants managed to evacuate the building safely and by themselves.

The Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service (WFPS) responded to reports of a fire around 4 p.m. Once on scene, crews say they found a blaze in the basement and were able to quickly get it under control.

There is no information or official statement for the Fire Department about the cause of the fire, it is still under investigation and no damage estimates are available.

Last month a fire occurred at Valentine’s Fitness and Weight Loss Centre, please follow the link below for more information:

Unfortunately, fires in Winnipeg happen quite often, in many cases, it caused by the electrical problems, some fires caused by residents, who in many cases were under drug influence at a time of incidents.

Recently there were many fire incidents in Winnipeg, including both commercial property and residential fires. It is always better to be prepared before anything happen because in a critical situation most people can’t think clearly and make bad decisions. But a trained person, someone who has a plan for the emergency like house fire and other, will most likely to remain calm and just follow the protocol, simply follow the instruction step by step.

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