An early morning fire at an Ontario trucking company left six trucks destroyed.
The blaze broke out around 2:30 a.m. on June 6, 2018 at Transport Truck Facility on Speedvale Avenue between Lewis Road and Royal Road in Guelph, Ontario.
Fire – https://t.co/Hop3jkbHKI pic.twitter.com/ss0jaljq6d
— Guelph Police (@gpsmedia) June 6, 2018
According to CBC, a semi truck was caught fire for unknown reasons. Shortly after, the contagious fire spread to its neighboring trucks, proceeding to raze six trucks in total.
The total estimated value of loss is over $500,000. The GFD contained and extinguished the fire before it could do any more damage.
Overnight fire at a trucking depot on Speedvale Ave. near Hanlon Pkwy. Six trucks destroyed, according to @GuelphFire. Cause unknown, but fire isn’t considered suspicious. pic.twitter.com/B7UWkczKmy
— Matt Carty (@MattCartyCJOY) June 6, 2018
The westbound curb lane on Speedvale Avenue West between Lewis Road and Royal Road remained closed for the morning to allow for cleanup.
Arson is not suspected, however, the cause of the fire remains under investigation.
No injuries were reported.