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Five injured in fire at B&B near Milton
At least two of them people reportedly suffered serious injuries
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The Maranatha Log House and Flowers B&B

Two of the 5 people who made their way out of a house fire west of Milton, are reportedly in serious condition.

A bed & breakfast on Main Street South, near Guelph Line in Campbellville, went up in flames around 11:30 Tuesday night.  

Very little of the Maranatha Log House and Flowers B&B, remain standing.

3 people were treated for smoke inhalation and one of them is an off-duty Halton police officer.

The Ontario Fire Marshall has been notified.  

Milton firefighters will continue to douse any hot spots at the structure.

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The Maranatha Log House and Flowers B&B

Two of the 5 people who made their way out of a house fire west of Milton, are reportedly in serious condition.

A bed & breakfast on Main Street South, near Guelph Line in Campbellville, went up in flames around 11:30 Tuesday night.  

Very little of the Maranatha Log House and Flowers B&B, remain standing.

3 people were treated for smoke inhalation and one of them is an off-duty Halton police officer.

The Ontario Fire Marshall has been notified.  

Milton firefighters will continue to douse any hot spots at the structure.

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