Surrey: Crews are still struggling to control the fire blazes after two houses caught on fire early Thursday morning, said Surrey RCMP.
According to the information, Const. Sarbjit Sangha said that police received a call for fire around 140 Street and 104 Avenue, came in around 5:30 am. It quickly spread and forced fire teams to upgrade it to second alarm fire.
The 3,500-square-foot rancher is nested between myriad of gigantic trees and electricity wires.

Battalion Chief Scott Peake, of the Surrey Fire Service said that it is challenging task as they were dealing with live wires amid blazes and smoke engulfed houses from all sides of the unit.

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