A former used car dealership was recently destroyed due to a four-alarm fire on Ingram Drive near Keele Street and Lawrence Avenue in Toronto on March 15. According to CBC News, 15 fire trucks and 65 firefighters responded to the blaze; however, by the time they arrived to the scene, the building had already been on fire for some time.
Since the firefighters were unable to get inside the building, they weren't able to save the structure. If this should happen to any Toronto business and there were items that were able to be salvaged, purchasing a Toronto storage unit would be beneficial.
Platoon Chief Trevor Trotter told CP24 firefighters are still working to put out the fire.
"Right now we are still putting water on the debris," he said. "The roof caved in fairly early in the fire, so it is all pancaked and it is hard to get to the embers in the bottom. We are putting a tremendous amount of water on it right now and we will be here most of the day doing this."
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