Two separate working garage fires in east Regina kept Regina Fire crews busy early Sunday morning.
The first fire happened at 2266 McDonald Street at around 4 a.m. According to Regina fire, the garage was fully engulfed within minutes.
Two hours later, crews responded to a second garage fire located at 1811 Quebec Street. Regina Fire said there were no injuries in either garage fires, and the cause is currently under investigation.
Then, at around 8 a.m. another fire broke out, this time in the South end of Regina. Fire crews responded to a fire call at 37 Marsh Crescent.
According to Regina Fire, homeowners were awoken to the smell of smoke, coming from the attic. The residents then alerted authorities.
There are no injuries. Regina Fire continues to investigate.
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