I’m a little late in posting this, but here are some articles regarding the fire on Victoria Ave that I posted about last week…
From Niagara This Week:
A major fire early Wednesday morning destroyed four businesses on Victoria Avenue, not far from Clifton Hill.
When firefighters arrived on the scene just after midnight, they found smoke coming from a portion of the building at 5815 Victoria Ave. which houses The Capish Hip Hop store, Phat Cat Tattoos, a palm and tarot card reader and a sand art store.
Niagara Falls Fire Department Deputy Chief Phil Ross said firefighters began to attack the blaze, but it spread quickly, and flames broke through the roof.
- Niagara Gazette – Several businesses destroyed in Victoria Avenue fire, near Clifton Hill
- Welland Tribune – Update: $500,000 fire damage in Niagara Falls
- Global News (Toronto) – WATCH: Overnight fire destroys several Niagara Falls tourist shops
- Niagara Gazette – Victoria Avenue fire remains under investigation
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