Fire Crews in Penticton fought to extiniguish a blaze from a shed on Fairview Road around 8 a.m. on June 9, 2020. (Mark Brett - Black Press)

Blaze inside garage quickly extinguished by Penticton firefighters

Penticton Fire Department was called to a garage fire this morning

Penticton firefighters were called to a blaze in a garage near the intersection of Conklin Avenue and Fairview Road about 8 a.m. Tuesday.

The blaze was successfully extinguished after a quick response from fire crews.

No injuries were reported in what deputy chief of the Penticton Fire Department, Chris Forster described as a “pretty minor, straightforward fire.”

Penticton Fire Department is currently investigating the cause of the fire.

More to come.

(Mark Brett – Black Press)

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