“He knocked most of it down with the garden hose — we got there and did the rest for him,” said Errington Fire Chief Troy Bater.
Parksville Fire Department responded to a fire at 1:05 p.m. on May 11, according to Parksville Fire Chief Marc Norris.
“There were four roofers on the roof and they were attempting to put the fire out with buckets of water and they did a great job,” said Assistant Fire Chief Mike Tisdale.
Nobody was injured in the blaze, but there is serious damage to the structure, according to Fire Chief Marc Norris.
“The fire was contained to some contents in the garage and did not extend into the actual structure. There was smoke throughout the entire structure,” Fire Chief Marc Norris said.
“We we were able to retrieve the cat and give it back to the homeowner, which made them very happy as the pet is part of the family,” said Mike Tisdelle, assistant fire chief.

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