25 homes remain displaced one year after Mississauga house explosion

Mississauga mayor Bonnie Crombie is calling on the insurance companies involved in the Hickory Drive house explosion to expedite claim settlements so displaced residents can return to their homes. “Let this be a call out to the insurance companies to be fair and to work with those residents so that they, through no fault of their own, can be back in their homes and back on their properties as soon as possible,” said Crombie during Tuesday’s press conference commemorating the one-year anniversary of the fatal house explosion that rocked the quaint residential neighbourhood in east Mississauga.     Read the article……………


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