Charlie Lake Fire Department responds to fire on Sunday

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CHARLIE LAKE, B.C. – At around 6:34 p.m. on Sunday evening, the Charlie Lake Fire Department was called to a structure fire on Poplar Road.

When crews arrived on the scene, the fire was found to be burning in a bedroom.

With quick action of the CLFD firefighters, the fire was knocked down, stopping the fire from spreading.

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According to the Peace River Regional District, 18 firefighters were on scene, along with Engine 1, Engine 2, Tender 1, Rescue, and Squad 1 & 2.

B.C. Ambulance Service and B.C. Hydro attended the scene as well.

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