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At approximately 12:26 this afternoon, the Saskatoon Fire Department received multiple 911 calls reporting a confirmed multi-unit residential structure fire at 555 12th Street East with the possibility of one individual trapped on the roof.
Three fire engines, one rescue unit, one aerial ladder truck, one fire investigation unit, and one battalion chief were dispatched for immediate response.
The on scene fire examination has concluded and the circumstances causing the fire are undetermined. This fire is not considered suspicious as there are a couple of potential heat sources that may have contributed its cause. The damaged caused by this fire is estimated to be $50,000.00.
The on scene fire investigation has been completed and the cause of the fire is deemed suspicious and the file turned over to Saskatoon Police Service. The fire damage is estimated at $8000.00.
At approximately 8:40 this morning, the Saskatoon Fire Department received a 911 call reporting a motor vehicle collision with confirmed entrapment on Avenue E North at 31st Street West.
One fire engine, one heavy rescue unit, and one battalion chief were dispatched for immediate response.
Garage Fire 113 Avenue M South.
Garage Fire 308 Avenue J North.
At 19:27 this evening, Saskatoon Fire Department received a report of a structure on fire at the 600 block of Avenue H South. Three Engines, one Rescue Unit, one Aerial Company, and one Battalion Chief were dispatched to respond.
Garage Fire on 300 block of Whitney Avenue South.
At 08:23 this morning The Saskatoon Fire Department received multiple 911 calls reporting a garage was on fire on the 300 block of Whitney Avenue South.
Three Engines an Aerial Ladder a Heavy Rescue Truck and a Battalion Chief were dispatched to the scene.
The Saskatoon Fire Department received a 911 call at 01:55 this morning reporting a shed on fire behind #41 Bell Cres. Three Engine companies, One Ladder truck, One Rescue truck and a Battalion Chief were dispatched.
On arrival fire crews found a shed and fence on fire, two houses down at 45 Bell Cres another shed was on fire. Crews quickly extinguished the flames on the first shed, then extended a second fire hose to extinguish the second shed. Crews searched both sheds and no occupants were found, extensive overhaul was required to extinguish the fire.
The Saskatoon Fire Department is proud to present the first report of its kind in over 25 years - the 2018 Year In Review!
The report, an informative document highlighting the important initiatives and accomplishments recently achieved by the Saskatoon Fire Department, was presented to the Standing Policy Committee on Planning, Development, and Community Services on October 15, 2019.
The Saskatoon fire Department received a 911 call reporting a house fire in the 200 Block of Avenue X South at approximately 8:18 this evening. Three Fire Engines, one Ladder Truck, one Heavy Rescue Unit, one Fire Investigation Unit, and one Battalion Chief were dispatched to the incident.
At approximately 7:54 pm tonight Saskatoon Fire Department received multiple 911 calls reporting a house on fire, further callers clarified that it was a garage on fire.
Three engine companies, one ladder truck, one heavy rescue truck and a battalion chief were immediately dispatched.
At approximately 8:27 this morning, the Saskatoon Fire Department received a 911 call reporting a duplex on fire at 1827 Avenue D North.
Three fire engines, one heavy rescue unit, one aerial ladder truck, one fire investigation unit, and one battalion chief were immediately dispatched for response.
Saskatoon Fire Dept responded around 9:30 pm Monday evening for a report of a natural gas smell in the area of the 700 block of Spadina Cres E. After investigating Fire crews found the cause of the odor came from a gas line that had been punctured in an open excavation pit beside 750 Spadina Cres. E. The building was evacuated and the area was blocked off by Police and Fire crews. Sask Energy was called and stopped the leak. There were no injuries and was no damage to property.
This year, Fire Prevention Week runs from October 6th to October 12th.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has made this year’s Fire Prevention Week’s theme Not every hero wears a cape. PLAN and PRACTICE your ESCAPE! This theme focuses on education around the small but important actions community members can take to keep themselves and those around them safe.