Family of 4 displaced as firefighters battle Goth Avenue blaze

Two adults and two children have been displaced in the second of two fires that broke out in Ottawa Friday.

Firefighter suffers minor injuries in other fire at cottage near Dunrobin

A family of four has been displaced after a fire broke out at their south Ottawa home — one of two fires in the city Friday.

Just after noon, fire crews were called to 1539 Goth Ave. after multiple 911 calls reported smoke coming from the home's roof.

Firefighters were able to bring the fire under control by 2 p.m., said Ottawa Fire Services.

Two adults and two children have been displaced, fire officials said.

Second fire near Dunrobin

Earlier Friday morning, at around 10:30 a.m., crews were called to an unoccupied cottage on Northwoods Drive near Dunrobin that had caught fire.

One firefighter suffered a "non-critical injury" quelling the blaze, said fire officials.

The fire was brought under control by 11:45 a.m., officials said.

No damage estimates have been released for either fire. Both fires remain under investigation.

There have now been three fires in Ottawa in less than 24 hours, after a man was severely burned in a fire on Gilmour Street Thursday night.