Falconridge fire that killed 5 men was non-criminal, Calgary police say
Days-long investigation, including autopsies on victims, finds nothing suspicious about fatal blaze
The house fire that killed five people in northeast Calgary over the weekend was non-criminal in nature, police said Wednesday after a lengthy investigation.
The fire was first reported around 1:30 a.m. Saturday at 104 Falchurch Cres. N.E.
Five men were found dead inside in the burned home.
After investigating the scene and having autopsies performed on the victims, police said the fire was not suspicious in nature.
The Calgary Fire Department will release the cause of the fire once its investigation is complete, police said.
Little is publicly known about the victims.