Local condo building destroyed by fire
By Saturday afternoon, March 3, 2018, the major fire that completely destroyed a condo project under construction in Streetsville was out. Fire fighters remained on the scene to douse smouldering embers on the site, at Rutledge Road just off Tannery, between Joymar and Queen Street in Streetsville.
The condo building had reportedly been scheduled for early summer 2018 occupancy by its developer. There were no deaths or injuries during the major blaze. No nearby homes were damaged. Mississauga Fire Chief Tim Beckett had been on the scene all night when I saw him Saturday morning. The fire had been put out by morning. The Fire Marshall is investigating the cause.
Power was restored to affected nearby homes by early afternoon Saturday March 3. Residents of the seniors’ residence across the street on Rutledge Road who had been evacuated on the evening of Friday March 2 were returning home. Click the panorama photo above for a detailed view. Tannery had re-opened to local traffic by Saturday afternoon.
Thanks to Mississauga’s first responders: our City’s fire fighters and the Peel Police.