Fire crews in Maple Ridge were busy Sunday night putting out a two-storey house fire.
Just before 8:30 PM Maple Ridge Fire was called to reports of black smoke coming out of building at 20900 River Road.
Maple Ridge Assistant Fire Chief Mark Smitton says it took nine trucks and about fourty-five firefighters to put out the blaze.
“The fire broke out of the structure through the windows and we had a fully engulfed fire.”
The cause of what sparked the fire is now under investigation.
“nobody was injured, homeowners weren’t home at the time.”
Crews were still on scene putting out hot spots late in to the night.