Moncton fire leaves one man homeless

A man has been left homeless after a two-storey house was extensively damaged by fire early Sunday morning in Moncton.

Man was at work when the fire broke out

The Moncton Fire Deparment extinquished a fire at a residence on Churchill Street early Sunday morning. (Submitted by Brian McDonald)

A man has been left homeless after a two-storey house on Churchill Street in Moncton was extensively damaged by fire early Sunday morning.

The man was at work at the time of the fire. 

Canadian Red Cross volunteers are helping the man with emergency lodging, food and clothing.


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