Firefighters extinguished a two-alarm fire that broke out at a Mississauga townhouse complex on Saturday.
Mississauga Fire said it was called to Copenhagen Road in the morning for reports of a residential fire. Responding crews were met with flames through the roof of a townhouse and assigned it as a two-alarm fire.
No injuries were reported.
Just before 2 p.m., officials confirmed the fire had been extinguished.
In a statement shared Saturday afternoon, Mississauga Fire Chief Deryn Rizzi applauded the firefighter’s work in ensuring the blaze did not spread. She said the effort required aerial operations amid “icy and cold conditions.”
Great work by Mississauga firefighters preventing fire spread in a townhouse complex on Copenhagen Road. Flames through the roof on arrival. Second alarm assigned. Aerial operations. Icy & cold conditions. pic.twitter.com/iyDfsATmKl
— Chief Deryn Rizzi (@derynrizzi) January 20, 2024