CALGARY — Employees from nearby businesses are being credited with stopping a series of grass fires in northeast Calgary from spreading.
Calls to 911 began just after 2:30 p.m. about the fires near McKnight Blvd. and Edmonton Trail N.E.
Employees from three nearby businesses jumped into action — workers at Fix Auto Calgary Coachworks grabbed a hose and stopped the flames from getting close to the building, while employees at Part Source grabbed fire extinguishers from their shelves and doused another nearby fire.
And employees driving a small water truck for Varsity Chrysler pulled over and were able to contain a third fire.
In total, five fires were reported and investigators believe they were deliberately set. One person was taken into custody by police.
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