Abbotsford Fire Rescue Service battle a garage blaze last night on Princess Street. (Kevin MacDonald photo)

VIDEO: Residents, two cats saved from Abbotsford garage fire

Abbotsford Fire Rescue Services respond to second blaze on a busy Sunday night

Abbotsford Fire Rescue Service had a busy night on Sunday.

After responding to a blaze inside a laundromat on George Ferguson Way earlier in the evening, crews then responded to a garage fire on Princess Street at around 12:20 a.m. early on Monday morning.

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Crews quickly brought it under control and managed to stop it from spreading. Nine occupants, five cats and two dogs were evacuated safely from the home. Two bunnies did not survive.

There was slight damage to the neighbouring house.

Video by: Kevin MacDonald

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