Low Loss for Peterborough

Issue 4 and Volume 91.

Low Loss for Peterborough What is believed to be the lowest fire loss for 1937 in the province of Ontario is claimed by Peterborough, a city of 24,000. The losses were $3,347, or $45,-545 lower than the losses for the previous year. Chief Gimblett credited the Fire Prevention Bureau with a large part of the work in reducing the losses, and expressed satisfaction at the co-operation received from all the residents. Out of 502 alarms answered in twelve months, there were only thirty-eight fires in which there was a loss. The largest single fire caused a loss of $552.

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