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Ottawa fire crews limit damage from blaze fed by wood pellets


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Ottawa Fire Services crews were able to extinguish a blaze in a shed containing 5,000 cases of wood pellets on a property in the city’s south end on Thursday afternoon.

At 3:38 p.m., the fire service said, the homeowner reported that a flat bed truck had caught fire inside the shed and that the blaze had spread to the 40-by-80-foot structure, which, in addition to the 5,000 cases of wood pellets, used for heating homes, also contained quantities of propane and gasoline

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Because the home on Mitch Owens Road, near Anderson and 9th Line roads, was located in an area without water hydrants, firefighters set up a shuttle system to bring water from another nearby source.

The fire was declared under control at 5:30 p.m. Another structure near the shed was undamaged, and there were no reported injuries, a media release said.



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