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UPDATE: Fire crews bring burn pile under control

Fire crews are responding to a property on Belgo Road

UPDATE: 2:15 p.m.

Fire crews have managed to get the burn pile under control.

No structures were threatened by the flames.


Fire crews are responding to an out-of-control burn pile at a property on Belgo Road.

The pile is estimated to be approximately 10 metres by 10 metres in size.

Smoke can be seen from a distance as the pile is at the back of the property.

Crews were called to the scene just before 2 p.m.

A Capital News reporter is headed to the area.

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