4-alarm fire guts Bridle Path mansion


4-alarm fire guts Bridle Path mansion
  1. 4-alarm fire guts Bridle Path mansion
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    A Toronto family escaped injury following a massive four-alarm fire at a mansion in the Bridle Path neighbourhood…
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A Toronto family escaped injury following a massive four-alarm fire at a mansion in the Bridle Path neighbourhood overnight.

The blaze broke out before midnight at a home on Park Lane Circle near Post Road just east of Bayview Avenue.

Toronto fire officials said a family was inside the residence as the fire erupted but made it out safely.

“We have been able to control the majority of the fire although we had a lot of challenges. Very heavy winds, a lot of ice,” Interim Toronto Fire Chief Matthew Pegg said.

There’s no word yet on the cause of the…

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