A firefighter was injured while Ottawa Fire Services crews battled a blaze on Trinity Drive Sunday evening.
At about 5:30 p.m., the fire department received about a dozen 911 calls reporting smoke and flames coming from a single family home on Trinity between Aberfeldy Street and Cherrywood Drive. Upon arrival, firefighters saw smoke coming out of three sides of the home and initiated a “fast attack”, finding the fire inside a main floor bedroom. The flames had made their way into the attic, but the fire was deemed under control by 5:52.
The injury to the firefighter was “non-critical in nature,” Ottawa fire said in a news release. No other information was released.
Crews remained on scene performing salvage operations and an investigator was also there to determine a cause.
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