IMPRESSIVE RESPONSE: The hot and dry weather certainly has local fire departments on alert. A fire on Wednesday morning near the Qualicum Beach Airport that reportedly started in a garage had a quick response from all fire departments in the region. There were no further details about the blaze available by press time on Canada Day.

Impressive response on Canada Day in Qualicum Beach

A fire on Wednesday morning near the Qualicum Beach Airport reportedly started in a garage

  • Jul. 2, 2015 7:00 a.m.

IMPRESSIVE RESPONSE: The hot and dry weather certainly has local fire departments on alert. A fire on Wednesday morning near the Qualicum Beach Airport that reportedly started in a garage had a quick response from all fire departments in the region. There were no further details about the blaze available by press time on Canada Day.

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