The Maple Ridge Fire Department responded to a fire at a trailer park Wednesday afternoon. (The News files)

The Maple Ridge Fire Department responded to a fire at a trailer park Wednesday afternoon. (The News files)

UPDATE: Fire in Maple Ridge leaves residents temporarily without a home

Smoke was seen escaping from a trailer

A fire in Maple Ridge Wednesday afternoon has left residents of a trailer temporarily without a home.

Firefighters responded to the call just after noon for a multi-residential structure fire in the 20900 block of Lougheed Highway after smoke was seen escaping from a 31 foot trailer at a trailer park.

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The fire was small in size, explained Geoff Spriggs, deputy fire chief with the Maple Ridge Fire Department. There was only property damage, he said.

All occupants were able to get out of the trailer without injury and will now be staying temporarily with another family until they can return home.


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