3 pets dead after London, Ont. house fire, officials say

63 Guildford Crescent. Google Maps

Three pets are dead after a house fire in London, Ont., according to officials.

Fire crews with the London Fire Department were called to a blaze at 63 Guildford Crescent Sunday morning around 2:30 a.m.

Two residents were able to escape.

One person was assessed by paramedics. Their condition is unknown.

“They had their two dogs with them, however, two cats and a bird did perish,” platoon chief Colin Shewell told 980 CFPL.

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The cause of the fire is believed to be a firepit in or around a wood deck and a gazebo area.

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“We want to remind everyone (to) have a firepit on a combustible surface such as wood. We need to make sure there’s sufficient space between those items to make sure you can enjoy your fire safely.”

Damage is pegged at $250,000.

-With files from 980 CFPL’s Amy Simon

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