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Four dogs killed in Nepean fire

Two people have been displaced by the Sunday afternoon fire
nepean fire
1757 Woodroffe Ave. in Nepean. Photo courtesy of Scott Stilborn @OFSFirePhoto.

Crews arrived on the scene of a house fire in Nepean, just after 2 p.m. on Sunday afternoon.

Firefighers were called to the home at 1757 Woodroffe Ave., after receiving a number of 911 calls about heavy smoke.

Two people have been displaced by the fire, and four dogs died. 

The fire was under control about an hour later, at 3:07 p.m. 

The Canadian Red Cross and the Salvation Army are assisting those affected by this incident.

Damage to the home is estimated at $250,000. 

Ottawa Fire continues to investigate the cause of the blaze. 



Victoria Williston

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