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No one hurt in building fire

From the city of Coquitlam website about a building located by the Executive Plaza Hotel:

"Early this afternoon, Coquitlam Fire/Rescue responded to a structural fire at 401 Westview St.. No serious injuries were reported.

Currently, Fire/Rescue is evaluating the units and working to get as many residents back into the building as possible.

"Residents can check in with Emergency Social Services in the lobby of the building to get information about their units and any assistance that may be available.

Regular updates will be recorded on the help line at 604-927-4357 as they become available and on the city's website."

For more information, visit www.coquitlam.ca.

 

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