Two highrise apartment buildings in Victoria Park were evacuated early this morning due to carbon monoxide. Residents were alerted by alarms in the buildings and a voice over the loudspeaker telling them to evacuate. Most didn't know why until they got outside. Some of the residents were allowed to retrieve their vehicles from the underground parkade, while most people were moved to the BMO Centre to keep warm. More to follow...
Police are investigating after a pedestrian was hit and killed by a vehicle in the southeast community of Copperfield on Friday morning. The man in his 20s was transported to hospital where he died. It happened at about 4:15 a.m. at Copperstone Gate and Copperstone Manor southeast. Police are looking at the factors that led up to the crash, including road conditions. Roads are slick and police are urging drivers to be cautious.
Residents of two highrise apartment buildings in Victoria Park were allowed to return after being evacuated early this morning due to carbon monoxide. Fire crews responded to the call at about 3:00 a.m. Residents were alerted by alarms in the buildings and a voice over the loudspeaker telling them to evacuate, and most were out by 4:00 a.m.Most didn't know why until they got outside.
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