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Fire damages daycare at St. Frances School in Saskatoon

Saskatoon firefighters said flames were coming from the corner of the building and a fence at the St. Francis School daycare when they arrived.
Saskatoon firefighters said flames were coming from the corner of the building and a fence at the St. Francis School daycare when they arrived. Saskatoon Fire Department / Supplied

The cause of a fire that damaged an elementary school daycare in Saskatoon remains under investigation.

The Saskatoon Fire Department said they received 911 calls just after 2 p.m. on Sunday reporting a fire at St. Frances School.

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Firefighters said flames were coming from the corner of the daycare building and a fence when they arrived.

The fire was quickly brought under control, fire officials said, and the interior of the building was checked for fire extension.

Hot spots in the exterior walls were located and put out.

No injuries were reported.

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