Calgary fire crews battle blaze at Dr. Norman Bethune School in southeast

A fire early Monday damaged a southeast high school ahead of the learning week.

Calgary fire crews were called to Dr. Norman Bethune School just after 2 a.m.

CFD sent nine trucks to battle the blaze with it being called a “stubborn” fire by the battalion chief as firefighters had to move a bunch of tables and chairs to get too hot spots.

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No injuries were reported.

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Fire investigators are looking at exterior damage along with some smoke damage inside. The battalion chief said the school is unlikely to reopen for the start of the week.

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