Firefighters are investigating after a five-alarm fire destroyed an Etobicoke bakery late Tuesday night.
Emergency personnel arrived on scene of a business at Bering Avenue and Judge Road shortly before 10 p.m. for a fire believed to have been started in an oven, 680 News reported.
It’s believed the fire spread quickly with smoke and flames consuming the building, including through the roof.
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High winds that blew overnight further fuelled the flames and aerial ladders were called to help bring the blaze under control, CP24 reported.
The building has collapsed, a fire official told 680 News. Crews remain on the scene to deal with hotspots in the bakery.
There were no reported injuries and as a precaution, gas and hydro have been turned off in the building.