Burned up remains of a building after Summerland firefighters dealt with an evening blaze on Saturday at MBC Nursery.

Fire at Summerland’s MBC Nursery

No one injured in blaze that happened at MBC Nursery in Summerland on Saturday.

No one was injured in a blaze at MBC Nursery in Summerland on Saturday evening.

George Pugh, assistant fire chief of the Summerland fire department said they received a call at approximately 7:03 p.m. of a structure fire on Logie Road.

“Upon arrival, the trailer here was fully engulfed with flames,” said Pugh. “We had it knocked down in about a half hour to 45 minutes. There was no occupants in the trailer at the time of the incident.”

A trailer, which served as the MBC Nursery office, had extensive damage. A car, camper and greenhouse supplies also were damaged due to the fire.

Pugh said the cause of the fire is undetermined and still under investigation.

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