UPDATE: Damages estimated at $30K after holiday blaze in WallaceburgMay 20, 2019 1:04pm
Emergency crews in Chatham-Kent remained busy during the holiday, battling a garage fire in Wallaceburg.
The blaze broke out at approximately 11:38 a.m. on Monday at the intersection of Dufferin Avenue and Ontario Street, the fire department confirmed.
CK Fire and Emergency Services said two crews responded to the incident, including volunteer firefighters. No injuries have been reported.
In a Twitter message to Blackburn News, the fire department described the situation as a “quick knockdown.”
According to the fire department, the estimated damage is around $30,000.
Firefighters from stations #3, #2 and Wallaceburg volunteers responded just after 11:30 this morning to a garage fire on Dufferin Ave Wallaceburg. Cause is undetermined. No injuries. Damage est. $30 000
— CK Fire Department (@ckfiredept) May 20, 2019
Crews put out the fire later in the afternoon, the cause remains undetermined at this time.
The Ontario Fire Marshal will not be called to investigate the fire, said the fire department.