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Monday June 17th, 2013

Posted at 11:38pm

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Windsor firefighters were kept busy across the city after two unrelated fires broke out around the same time after 11pm, Monday evening.

Crews were called to the 3400 block of St. Patrick’s in South Windsor after fire broke out in the kitchen of a house.

The occupants made it out safely except for a male who was taken to hospital for burns to his hands. Arriving crews found the fire was out when they arrived.

Damage estimate is $15,000.

At around the same time, firefighters were called to 810 Ouellette for reports of smoke in the building.

Firefighters investigated smoke in the building’s garbage chute and it appears as though the fire was successfully extinguished by a sprinkler.

Damage estimate is $2,500. The cause has not been determined.

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