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No injuries in Murray Street fire

By Sean Chase, The Daily Observer

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The Pembroke Fire Department responded to this house fire on Murray Street Saturday afternoon at around 2:45 p.m. Upon arrival, the rear porch and exterior of the building was fully engulfed. Fire suppression efforts began and the responding crew knocked down the fire. Quick response and suppression efforts kept the fire from extending further into the home. The three occupants safely evacuated unharmed prior to the department's arrival. County of Renfrew paramedics did provide oxygen for a cat, who was otherwise unharmed. Fifteen firefighters and four apparatus responded. At this time the scene is under investigation for the fire cause determination.

Sean Chase/Daily Observer The Pembroke Fire Department responded to this house fire on Murray Street Saturday afternoon at around 2:45 p.m. Upon arrival, the rear porch and exterior of the building was fully engulfed. Fire suppression efforts began and the responding crew knocked down the fire. Quick response and suppression efforts kept the fire from extending further into the home. The three occupants safely evacuated unharmed prior to the department's arrival. County of Renfrew paramedics did provide oxygen for a cat, who was otherwise unharmed. Fifteen firefighters and four apparatus responded. At this time the scene is under investigation for the fire cause determination.

The Pembroke Fire Department responded to a house fire on Murray Street Saturday afternoon at around 2:45 p.m.

Upon arrival, the rear porch and exterior of the building was fully engulfed. Fire suppression efforts began and the responding crew knocked down the fire. Quick response and suppression efforts kept the fire from extending further into the home. The three occupants safely evacuated unharmed prior to the department's arrival. County of Renfrew paramedics did provide oxygen for a cat, who was otherwise unharmed. Members of the Ontario Provincial Police Pembroke Detachment closed off the street between Mary Street and Miller Street for a few hours.

Fifteen firefighters and four apparatus responded. At this time the scene is under investigation for the fire cause determination.