A building at Lougheed Highway and Old Dewdney Trunk Road caught fire in Maple Ridge. (Maple Ridge files)

A building at Lougheed Highway and Old Dewdney Trunk Road caught fire in Maple Ridge. (Maple Ridge files)

Building at Lougheed Highway and Old Dewdney Trunk Road catches fire on Christmas Eve

No reports of injuries while the cause of a Pitt Meadows blaze is still be investigated

Multiple people called 9-1-1 just before 4 a.m. on Christmas morning after a building at Lougheed Highway and Old Dewdney Trunk Road caught fire in Pitt Meadows.

The property also has a house and several trailers on it. Witnesses report that all residents were able to escape unharmed.

ANOTHER HOLIDAY BLAZE: Langley firefighters respond to two-alarm fire Saturday morning

Pitt Meadows Fire & Rescue say four to six people have been displaced, but there were no reports of injuries and the cause is not yet known.

More to come…

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