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Vehicle fire on roof of Regina parkade sparks investigation

Smoke and flames could be seen from the Centre Pointe Plaza on Saturday morning. (Nelson Bird / CTV News) Smoke and flames could be seen from the Centre Pointe Plaza on Saturday morning. (Nelson Bird / CTV News)
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Investigation is underway after fire crews discovered two vehicles burning on the roof of a parkade in downtown Regina on Saturday morning.

Crews were dispatched to a commercial fire on the 2100 block of Broad Street and discovered the burning vehicles on arrival, according to a post by Regina Fire.

The blaze was extinguished quickly by the ladder truck.

There were no injuries and the fire did not spread into the structure.

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