A fire gutted a Cloverdale home near 76th Avenue and 184th Street Thursday afternoon (July 16, 2020). (Photos: Shane MacKichan)

Cloverdale

Fire guts Surrey house

Blaze was at a house near 76th Avenue and 184th Street

A fire engulfed a Cloverdale home Thursday afternoon (July 16).

The house fire happened near 76th Avenue and 184th Street around 4:40 p.m., according to a Black Press Media freelancer on the scene.

The freelancer added that crews had to fight the fire from the outside due to its “intensity.”

The Now-Leader has contacted Surrey Fire Service for more information.

More to come.

READ ALSO: Fire causes ‘extensive’ damage to two-storey home in Surrey, June 27, 2020

READ ALSO: ‘They lost everything’: Fundraiser for Surrey family of seven after fire destroys house, June 24, 2020



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