House fire causes $270K damage on Curry Ave.
There was a trio of house fires in Windsor this weekend.
Windsor Fire and Rescue says a fire at 2172 Curry Ave. caused more than $200,000 damage to the house and $70,000 damage to the contents Sunday.
The fire department says the fire started on the deck in the area of a barbecue but the cause is unknown.
Flames were shooting through roof when fire crews arrived there. Everyone inside got out safely.
The fire also caused $20,000 damage to a nearby home on Curry Avenue.
A house fire on Norman Road in the east end caused close to $200,000 in damage to the structure and killed a cat. A dog was rescued from the fire. Firefighters said the fire also caused $70,000 in damage to the contents of the home.
Investigators believe an electrical failure sparked the fire.
A neighbour's house also sustained some damage.
Meanwhile, on Hickory Road in Ford City, unattended cooking led to a fire that caused $20,000 in damage.