Niagara firefighters extinguish a vehicle fire and find a body inside
Police say there were 'no criminally suspicious circumstances'
Niagara police say there are "no criminally suspicious circumstances" after crews extinguished a vehicle fire this weekend and found a body inside.
It happened just before 4 a.m. Sunday, police said. Paramedics, police and firefighters responded to a vehicle on fire on Tupper Drive near Sullivan Avenue in Thorold, Ont.
They arrived to find a vehicle on the side of the road "fully engulfed in flames," police said. When the fire was extinguished, crews found the body of a male inside.
Detectives with 1 District and Forensics Services investigated, as did the Office of the Fire Marshal.
"Investigation into this tragic incident has revealed no criminally suspicious circumstances," Niagara Regional Police said in a media release.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.