Balcony fire at downtown condo building sparked by discarded cigarette

Capt. Michael Westwood told CP24 that crews contained the blaze shortly after they arrived at the scene.  Westwood said no one was injured as a result, but that the property suffered some damage.  Toronto Fire later confirmed that the fire was sparked by a cigarette discarded from a balcony above the site of the blaze.  In all of 2016, Toronto Fire reported 25 fires caused by tossed cigarettes.    Read the article………….

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