UPDATE: Two injured by Aldergrove fire

UPDATE: Two injured by Aldergrove fire
Langley townhouse explosion and fire linked to drugs
An explosion and townhouse fire in Aldergrove overnight sent two people to hospital, according to Langley RCMP. The explosion – possibly caused by a butane extraction site in the centre of a garage – rocked the multi-family complex in the 27000 block

Just after midnight, Langley RCMP along with fire crews were called to a townhouse complex in the 27100 block of 31 A Avenue, for reports of an explosion. Upon their arrival, emergency crews found three residences engulfed in flames and the two victims … . RCMP drug investigators have taken over the case of a suspicious explosion and fire in Aldergrove B.C. early Wednesday morning that sent two men to hospital with severe burns. Police suspect there may have been an "butane extraction site" set up in the

LANGLEY RCMP's Drug Section has assumed conduct of the investigation into a fire and an explosion in Aldergrove early Wednesday morning. Police and fire attended the townhouse complex in the 27100-block of 31A Avenue shortly after midnight

UPDATE: Explosion at Aldergrove townhouse likely drug-related, say police

Wed, Sep 13: Reporter Jordan Armstrong is live at the scene of a fire at an Aldergrove townhouse complex this morning. Residents say they heard an explosion before the fire started and it is considered suspicious. . He looked out his bathroom window and saw smoke billowing out of the neighbouring townhome complex. What Eastman had witnessed was an explosion in a townhome in downtown Aldergrove, that set the structure on fire and sent three people to hospital.

An explosion and fire erupted at this Langley townhouse complex on 271st Street and 31 A Avenue. (Mike Lloyd, NEWS 1130 Photo). Summary. The blast happened around midnight. Three homes were essentially destroyed. LANGLEY (NEWS 1130) – The. He looked out his bathroom window and saw that a garage door had blown off of one of the units of the neighbouring townhouse complex. What Eastman had witnessed was an explosion in a townhome in downtown Aldergrove, that set the structure on fire

LANGLEY (NEWS 1130) – The drug section of Langley RCMP has taken over the investigation into an explosion at a townhouse complex in Aldergrove early this morning. Two neighbouring homes were left heavily damaged by the fire, and two men suffered
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Police and fire attended the townhouse complex in the 27100 block of 31 A Avenue shortly after midnight for the reported explosion. Two men are in hospital following an explosion and fire at an Aldergrove townhouse on

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