Cause of Kitchener condo fire can’t be determined, families forced out assess the damage

Officials still aren’t sure what caused a fire at a Kitchener condo complex that forced two families out of their homes and sent four people to hospital.  The fire started sometime around 4 a.m. Saturday on Elm Ridge Drive, in the Forest Heights neighbourhood.  Flames and smoke damaged two attached garages and four units.   Read the article……………


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