31 Oct 2012

Toronto building fire not caused by superstorm

After hearing explosions in a Toronto building, a three alarm fire eventually broke out and destroyed a commercial building on Queen street on October 30. The building contains a few apartment units and Roots store.

Individuals in the Greater Toronto area should look into document storage in the area, as facilities are available to house sensitive documents and keep them safe from incidents like this one.

Toronto fire Captain David Eckerman told the Toronto Star that although the fire might have been fueled by the high winds Superstorm Sandy sweeping through North America, it was ruled out as the primary cause to the fire.

“There might be some electrical problem that was made worse by the weather but you can’t blame it just on the weather regardless,” Eckerman told the news source.

The fire did not lead to any injuries.

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