Pictured from Right to Left: Kim, Megan, Tyler, Calvin, and Rob.
CORNWALL Ontario – Fire struck 233 Carleton Friday, but if not for the bravery of a few young people tragedy could have struck even deeper than it has to the occupants of the apartment building who are now left homeless.
Kimberly McDonald (far right) is organizing a fund raiser for the occupants who have been left homeless. Ryan, far left, who didn’t live in the building, heard the cries of a litter of five puppies and bravely broke down the doors and rescued the animals. One dog perished in the blaze, but all the others survived!
We had to get the animals out!
Burnt appliances from unit that fire started in.
Fire Inspector Cliff Crites was attending when CFN showed up.
Renter’s insurance is usually less than $40 per month. In tragedies like this it’s critical for emergency care, temporary housing, and of course replacing lost and damaged items.