CALGARY- A massive fire broke out in southeast Calgary on Friday night, sending debris flying blocks away.
Fire crews were called just after 8 p.m. to the area of 120 Ave. and 46 St., which is near the Consolidated Gypsum warehouse.
Thick plumes of black smoke could be seen billowing into the sky from across the city.
Several fire crews rushed to the scene, and managed to get it under control a short time later.
So far there is no word on a cause or damage estimate.
Below are images of the fire taken from social media:
Firefighters on scene in the SE. #yyc @GlobalCalgary pic.twitter.com/33MMlDeB24
— Zoë Geddes-Soltess (@zodot) July 26, 2014
Big fire off deerfoot near douglasdale @GlobalCalgary pic.twitter.com/Yca1soriui
— Butcher (@tikisand1shot) July 26, 2014
Smoke continues to pour into the sky in the SE of #yyc @GlobalCalgary pic.twitter.com/gJmI9oPwF9
— Melissa Ramsay (@MeliRamsay) July 26, 2014
— Spencer Williams (@SpencerWilla15) July 26, 2014
Fire in south east calgary @CBCCalgary @GlobalCalgary pic.twitter.com/gTf9gzKYfM
— Sofia Lindsay (@sofiarsl) July 26, 2014
#fire #yyc @GlobalCalgary pic.twitter.com/WzNtAuQJAZ
— Tim Lindsay (@siroso123) July 26, 2014