Dozens of people are being asked to leave their nearby homes because of an early morning fire at a Calgary landmark. Air-quality was a concerns from the big volume of smoke from the fire.
Flames engulfed the Symons Valley Ranch farmers market in the north-west of Calgary around 6:00 a.m. this morning. Additional emergency trucks and personnel were called to the scene, as the blaze continued to burn, officials say part of the problem was a venting gas line.
Authorities say there was no risk of damage to nearby homes, the smoke did lead to residents in the are being asked to stay indoors, while about 40 people were ordered to leave the neighborhood. There are no reports of any injuries.
More than 100 First Student Canada school buses stores at the site were not damaged, parents were warned transportation to classes would be delayed because of the fire.