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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fire Department responded to three different calls in the early hours of Wednesday, September 4th, 2019.

5:15 am the department received a call of a vehicle on fire at the 8600 block of 100th Avenue and responded.

6:01 am the department received a call of a vehicle fire at the round-a-bout on the Airport Road and responded.

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6:22 am received a report of a structure fire 109 Street and 107th Avenue and responded. Clean up continues at the house fire.

Chief Fred Burrows said in a comment this was all the information that can be provided at this time as the three incidents are currently under investigation.

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