Fire destroys home in Kitimat’s Strawberry Meadows area

The Kitimat Fire Department is investigating the cause of a November 30 house fire.

One person has been treated for minor injuries after a house fire in Kitimat November 30.

Fire crews were called to a large structure fire at approximately 7:20 p.m. on Cranberry Street.

The fire department responded with a ladder truck and were on scene for approximately three hours.

The fire department says that on arrival a mobile home was fully engulfed in flames, while an adjacent shop structure was saved from fire damage.

Eleven firefighters and two chief officers responded along with personnel from the District of Kitimat Public Works Department, BC Hydro, Pacific Northern Gas and the RCMP.

The fire department is still investigating the cause of the fire.

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