Updated: Another Fire In Puslinch – East End Of Concession 2


Update:

Today at approximately 4:52 p.m. members of the Wellington County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) along with fire crews from the Puslinch Fire and Rescue and Guelph-Eramosa Fire and Rescue responded to a structure fire at 7203 Concession 2, Township of Puslinch.

A witness in the area observed the fire and called the fire department.

The building is an abandoned residence and has been completely destroyed. The fire is considered to be suspicious. The Office of the Ontario Fire Marshall (OFM) has been notified and will be attending.

The Wellington County OPP along with West Region OPP Criminal Support Unit and Forensics Identification Services Unit are investigating this incident.

Concession 2 between Concession 7 and Concession 2a is currently closed.

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Fire trucks on scene at the east end of Concession 2 as yet another fire is burning in Puslinch. We will update when we have more info.

Big thanks to Holly Land, Nichole Caswell and everyone else who has sent us pictures as it happened.

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  1. Darryl Lennox April 9, 2017 at 7:47 pm

    It troubles me that the individuals behind this are getting so brave they are doing this during broad day light and no one sees any thing. I have said it before and will say it again, It’s only a question of time before one of our First responders or the general public is hurt over this stupidity. When these individuals are finally caught there is no punishment that can be given to fit the crime. You cant punish them for all the times they have put lives in danger and even if you do it once again costs us all money to house fee and the likes to punish them All I can say is lets hope this stupidity ends soon before the inevitable happens.

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