FIRE Consumes FORMER CIL Building on old Domtar site – Seaway International Bridge Shut down – BREAKING Cornwall Ontario – May 7, 2010

FIRE Consumes FORMER CIL Building on old Domtar site – Seaway International Bridge Shut down – BREAKING Cornwall Ontario – May 7, 2010

Cornwall ON – A fire consumed an old CIL building on the former Domtar Inc. site in Cornwall Ontario resulted in the closure of the Seaway International Bridge early this evening.  5 Vehicles and 20 personnel were dispatched to the fire.

An ongoing investigation will initiate to determine the cause and nature of the blaze.

(Photos and information courtesy of Don Smith)

After much of the structure had burned, city firefighters turned two water cannons on the blaze which drew a large crowd.

We’re seeing a bunch of clips of the fire on You Tube such as this one:

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAZBsYRykvE

One of our readers suggested that the fire was connected to a UFO sighting and submitted their You Tube Clip.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLxSdoQM3v8&feature=player_embedded

We’ll update this story as more news comes across our desk.  If you have a hot news tip, photo or video email it to us at info@cornwallfreenews.com.  If we use your info we’ll give you full story/photo credit.

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2 Comments on "FIRE Consumes FORMER CIL Building on old Domtar site – Seaway International Bridge Shut down – BREAKING Cornwall Ontario – May 7, 2010"

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Trent Tulip
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A fire in a shed owned by a demolition company! Yes, Demo Plus is run by the Roses and PARIS Holdings is run by the Roses. By the way inside of the old CIL or ICI — or now the AkzoNobel — shed was a 1948 Oldsmobile owned by Trenholm Healy. Yes, trenholm Healy who is ironically suing AkzoNobel for $40 million or so, because of pollution to the old Domtar site. Ironic or what. And how is it that PARIS Holdings owns that shed? PARIS Holdings was funded by Trenholm Healy, formerly of Cornwall and lately of Akwesasne. You… Read more »
trent tulip
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Although blessed by fires that did a bit of free demolition (on at least 2 ocassions), Paris Holdings and Sergerie Mechanical were recently fined $110,000 ,and Tim Sergerie got a $6,000 fine for messing with an accident scene (almost like obstructing justice eh?) and they all had to pay another 25% in victim surcharges. This followed their guilty pleas to violations of the Occupational Health and Safety Act that caused injuries to a worker. (http://news.ontario.ca/mol/en/2010/07/two-companies-and-supervisor-fined-116000-for-health-and-safety-violation.html) The victim that fell and received critical injuries has never been named publicly (a bit odd). “Have there been any “quieting” payments to the fellow?”… Read more »
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