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Toronto Street The tipparaval James Town area, displacing more than a thousand places until further notice

parliament-street-fireToronto Street Over a thousand residents have been displaced due to heavy fire that occurred yesterday afternoon at a high-rise building in the James Town area.

The fire began at 1 pm this afternoon in a 20-storey building located at the Parliament Street and Bloor Street.

After the fire on the ground near the building, soon after Hurricane Katrina fired on the other side of the building, the firefighters took control of the car and then removed the smoke surrounding all the floors.

More than a hundred firefighters were involved in the firefighting operation, 26 fire trucks and large-scale water pumps.

As the supply of electricity for the building as a early adaptation, every fire force was said to have taken over a hundred meters of weight and equipment.

However, due to the edifice of the building's construction, this resident has been evacuated and all residents have been evacuated and no one can return to their homes until the amendment is completed.

The chief executive of the Fire Department said that the ban would be in effect until no resident was permitted to enter the building for security reasons.

Toronto City Councilor Joan Rörri said that the number of friends and relatives did not know the exact number of people going home because of this firefighting would have to leave their homes from 1,200 to 1,500.

Though no injuries were reported during the incident, only two were reported to be hospitalized due to respiratory failure.For More Tamil Online News- -செய்திகள் ,தமிழ் செய்திகள் தமிழ் ஆன்லைன் செய்திகள்

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