Damage pegged at $350k after house fire in London’s Old North

Firefighters dousing hot spots at a home on Regent Street on Sept. 15, 2021. via LdnOntFire/Twitter

The London Fire Department is looking into the cause of a house fire in the city’s Old North neighbourhood that resulted in $350,000 in damages.

Emergency services arrived on Regent Street near Adelaide Street over at about 5 p.m. Wednesday.

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At 5:45 p.m., fire officials tweeted that the blaze was under control and everyone was safely evacuated from the building.

Firefighters worked until roughly 7 p.m. to douse hot spots. Video posted online showed portions of the second-floor exterior wall charred black.

The investigation is ongoing.


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