Fire at Wilf’s Auto Body & Painting in Regina

The fire took place at Wilf's Auto Body & Painting, located on St. John St.

By Mike Davey

Regina, Saskatchewan — April 27, 2016 — Regina Fire & Protective Services responded to a call on Tuesday afternoon after fire broke out at an autobody facility near St. John St. and Saskatchewan Drive. 

The fire took place inside Wilf’s Auto Body & Painting. Local radio station CJME interviewed Omid Azimi, an employee at Wilf’s Auto Body & Painting, at the scene. According to CJME, Azimi believes the fire may have started on a car inside the facility.

“I just run outside and come back in and there’s a big fire,” he said, as reported by CJME. The radio station also reported that Azimi said he ran around the facility to make sure everyone was safely outside and then dialed 911.

No injuries were reported as a result of the fire. The cause of the fire is still under investigation, according to a statement from Regina Fire & Protective Services.


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