Saskatchewan

2 escape from burning house in Regina

Crews were called to a house fire in Regina's North Central area on Monday morning.

Fire broke out at 1432 Garnet St. at around 9:30 a.m. CST

Regina fire crews fought a blaze at 1432 Garnet St. on Feb. 29. (Brian Rogers/CBC)

A man and a woman were able to get out of a burning Regina house without injury Monday morning.

Firefighters were sent to the home after the fire broke out at 1432 Garnet St. at around 9:30 a.m. CST.

The fire appears to have started on the front porch and the front of the home was left heavily damaged.

Firefighters also had to go inside the building as smoke poured out of the upstairs windows.

A man and a woman inside the home managed to escape to safety, officials said. No one was hurt.

The cause of the blaze wasn't immediately available.

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