Calgary woman finds bullet hole in kitchen cupboard, police investigating
Photos from the home show a small bullet hole in the siding on the outside of the home, a hole in an inside wall near a curtain rod and a hole in a kitchen cupboard. -- With files from Global News' Carolyn Kury de Castillo
Fire crews are reminding residents about the importance of smoke alarms, after one person died in a house fire in Glendale on Friday night.
Calgary Fire crews arrived at the home on Kelwood Place southwest around 11 p.m, where they encountered heavy smoke and flames coming from the back of the single-storey home.
According to CFD, crews found a man inside the home.
After efforts to resuscitate the man, he was transferred to hospital by AHS but died due to fire related injuries, CFD said.
Fire crews continued to battle the flames from outside the home after the main floor collapsed.
CPS and AHS remain on scene, and Enmax and ATCO were also called in to control utilities.
Fire crews and an investigator will remain on scene to check for hot spots and to investigate the cause of the fire.
CFD said they would like to see smoke and CO alarms installed, maintained and regularly tested in all homes.
Fire breaks out at west Edmonton hotel .
About 20 firefighters responded to the Jasper Hotel in west Edmonton on Monday night after someone reported smoke coming from the second floor of the building, according to a spokesperson for Edmonton Fire Rescue Services. They said crews arrived at the scene at 153 Street and Stony Plain Road about four minutes after the call came in at 9:20 p.m. "One individual did jump from the second floor -- this individual was OK with no need for injury assessment," a news release read. "A separate individual was rescued from the building by EFRS and is currently being assessed by EMS.