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Fire crews respond to electrical fire at St. Clair College residence

Windsor fire crews responded to an electrical fire in the Quittenton student residence at St. Clair College on Wednesday, June 16, 2022. (Source: St. Clair College/Twitter) Windsor fire crews responded to an electrical fire in the Quittenton student residence at St. Clair College on Wednesday, June 16, 2022. (Source: St. Clair College/Twitter)
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There were no injuries reported following a fire at a St. Clair College residence Wednesday night, fire officials say.

Windsor fire crews responded to the blaze in the 3900 block of Geraedts Drive, the Quittenton student residence, around 8:30 p.m.

Students were evacuated from the building due to the fire which was contained to one dorm on the fourth floor.

The public was asked to avoid the area as firefighters worked to extinguish the fire and perform ventilation and overhaul.

The fire was out by 9:25 p.m. and an investigator attended the scene.

Fire officials say the cause was electrical and the damage estimate is $50,000.

Guests and students were able to return to the residence building. 

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