Two homes were badly damaged after an early morning fire in southwest Calgary.

The Calgary Fire Department was called to the 6600 block of Coach Hill Rd SW just after 2 a.m. Sunday morning.

When crews arrived, they found a house engulfed, with flames spreading to a second home.

A third house suffered some exterior damage, but firefighters were able to prevent it from spreading further.

Authorities say everyone inside was able to evacuate and EMS assessed them at the scene.

Enmax and ATCO were also called in to help shut down utilities and make the scene safe for firefighters.

An investigator from the Calgary Fire Department was on the scene. The cause of the fire was not immediately released.



Reference-globalnews.ca

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