Hamilton firefighters are on the scene of an apartment fire Thursday morning (Nov. 12) in Dundas.
At 7:00 a.m., fire crews were called to 1884 Main St. W. to reports of a multiple-alarm apartment fire.
Crews were able to safely execute the rescue of a tenant who was able to make his way to the balcony.
The Hamilton Fire Department said in a Tweet that the fire caused heavy damage to the unit and crews are on-site repairing and clearing heavy smoke conditions.
First responders say there are no injuries to report.
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#HFD crews are attending a multiple alarm apartment fire at 1884 Main St. W. The tenant made his way to the balcony and was safely removed by crews. Heavy damage to the unit. Crews are overhauling and clearing heavy smoke conditions. No injuries to report. #StrongForYou pic.twitter.com/YRdX2AC22V
— Hamilton Fire Dept (@HamiltonFireDep) November 12, 2020