Category Archives: Police, Fire & Paramedics

Garage fire on Upper Dwyer Hill Road

Via Ottawa Fire:

Ottawa Fire Dispatch received multiple 911 calls reporting a house on fire at 1195 Upper Dwyer Hill. The calls came in at approximately 19:59 this evening. Upon arrival, the crews reported that the garage was fully involved and was spreading to the trees. A working fire was put in immediately at 20:03. It was confirmed that the garage was a detached garage about 12ft x 20ft. It was about 200ft from the house. It was reported that there was a truck in the garage that was also fully involved. The fire had spread to a wood pile and some trees nearby. There was no damage to the house. Approximate damages to the garage and truck are $60,000. No one was home at the time of the fire. An under control time was put in at 20:18 and a loss stopped at 20:37. The cause is still undetermined at this time.

(All photos via Todd Horricks / Ottawa Fire.)

Fire on Dwyer Hill Road, May 27. Photo via Todd Horricks / Ottawa Fire.

Fire on Dwyer Hill Road, May 27. Photo via Todd Horricks / Ottawa Fire.

Fire on Dwyer Hill Road, May 27. Photo via Todd Horricks / Ottawa Fire.


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House fire on Maestro Avenue in Fairwinds North

Ottawa Fire Services responded to a 911 call today shortly after 2:30pm about a fire on Maestro Avenue in the Fairwinds North area.

The 911 caller reported seeing black smoke coming from a second storey vent.  The home was empty and no injuries were reported.

The Ottawa Fire Department initially reported the fire as being at 101 Maestro Avenue, but a resident says that it was in fact at 103.

An Ottawa Fire SUV was parked in the driveway in front of the homes on Wednesday evening.  The upstairs windows at 101 and 103 Maestro Avenue were wide open but there was no visible damage on the outside.  At least one family has been temporarily displaced.

The townhome is in a newer area of Fairwinds North, and homes have only been occupied for the past few weeks. A neighbour told StittsvilleCentral.ca that the people at 103 Maestro were renters and were renters and were in the process of moving in when the fire started.

Ottawa Police, Ottawa Paramedics, Hydro One and Enbridge Gas were all tiered to the call to assist, and the fire was reported as under control by 3:00pm.   Crews remained on scene working to extinguish the fire.


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Fire on Lloydalex leaves five people homeless

 

A fire at 122 Lloydalex Crescent on Saturday afternoon has left five people homeless, including two adults and two kids from one unit, and a woman from another.

There were no injuries but Ottawa Fire estimates the damage was $450,000.  The cause is under investigation.

The Red Cross sent volunteers to assist residents affected by the fire

All photos by Joaquin Benitez.

Fire on Lloydalex, May 2, 2015. Photo by Joaquin Benitez. Fire on Lloydalex, May 2, 2015. Photo by Joaquin Benitez. Fire on Lloydalex, May 2, 2015. Photo by Joaquin Benitez. Fire on Lloydalex, May 2, 2015. Photo by Joaquin Benitez.

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UPDATE: Police seek two “persons of interest” in Tanger shooting

The two people arrested yesterday by Ottawa Police after the Tanger Outlets shooting have been released without charges.  Police are looking for two “persons of interest” in connection with yesterday’s events.

You can read eyewitness reports from yesterday’s events as they unfolded here.


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It came in like a wrecking ball: 1518 Stittsville Main Street demolished

Demolition of 1518 Main
Photo courtesy of Marisa Dube

Demolition of the old Bradley’s General Store building at 1518 Stittsville Main Street started at 7am today. By 10am it was a pile of bricks.  A fire destroyed the building in September 2013.  Although it had heritage designation, the building was deemed to be structurally unsound.

No word yet on what will replace the building, or when.


What would you like to see built on this property?  Add your comments below or send a note to us at feedback@stittsvillecentral.ca


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Fire on Abaca Way caused by a discarded cigarette

Abaca Fire Photo
Photo from the Ottawa Fire Department

Ottawa Fire said this morning via Twitter:

“Yesterday’s fire on Abaca Way was caused by a carelessly discarded cigarette. Cigarette was put in a planter which caught fire. This is the third fire in a week caused by carelessly discarded smoking material.”


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