2 churches burn in ‘very suspicious’ fires in southwestern Ontario


Strathroy-Caradoc Police Service (SCPS) say they found the structure fully engulfed in flames.


SCPS and Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are investigating what caused the fire.

St. Andrew’s Anglican Church destroyed
At around 6:15 a.m. — hours after the fire at South Caradoc United Church — emergency crews were called to St. Andrew’s Anglican Church on Chippewa Road in Muncey, Ont.

“The fire department worked tirelessly to put that fire out, but unfortunately, the structure has been deemed to be a complete loss,” said Middlesex OPP Const. Kevin Howe.


(This site has tracked a LOT of suspicious fires of Churches in Ontario. Its decent of the CBC to call them suspicious this time.)

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4 Replies to “2 churches burn in ‘very suspicious’ fires in southwestern Ontario”

  1. The church fires: Were the churches rebuilt or repaired?
    Were there zoning changes afterward? If yes, and homes were built, it could be the developers trying to get rid of the churches to get the land. This is not unheard of.
    Of course, other issues could also involved.
    Always very heartbreaking to see a Church go up in flames.

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