Skip to content

Cooper's Crossing townhouse fire draws Airdrie Fire Department response this morning

According to a City of Airdrie press release, one firefighter sustained a minor ankle injury, but no other injuries were reported.
LN-CoopersFire
A townhouse in Cooper's Crossing caught fire on the morning of June 27 with Airdrie Fire Department crew quickly responding to the blaze.

Airdrie Fire Department crews responded to a structure fire that broke out in a townhouse in Cooper's Crossing on June 27, shortly before 8 a.m.

The fire started when the homeowner of the primary unit of a four-unit townhouse was away, according to a City of Airdrie press release. However, the homeowner was able to use information obtained from a security camera to update officials when dialling 911 about the alarm.

"The quick work of fire crews ensured the fire was contained to the main floor of the primary unit, with minimal damage to adjacent units," the release stated, adding that four nearby residents were evacuated temporarily as a precaution.

According to a City of Airdrie, one firefighter sustained a minor ankle injury, but no other injuries were reported. An investigation will be conducted by the Fire Prevention Bureau into what started the blaze.

push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks