Border Patrol Agents Rescue Residents From Canadian House Fire On Niagara River Shore

Agents evacuated residents of home burning on Niagara River shoreline. (Credit Customs and Border Protection)

U.S. Border Patrol marine units assigned to the Buffalo Border Patrol Station made landfall on the Canadian shore near Niagara Falls, after observing a house fire on the Canadian shoreline around 1:15 am. The agents did not see the signs of any fire or rescue vehicles, and maneuvered closer to the Canadian shoreline, signaling sirens and lights to alert residents to the danger of the growing blaze.

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