Cafe partially collapses in Woodbridge, man arrested
Cafe partially collapses in Woodbridge, man arrested
June 29, 2017
City News
 
A building that houses Caffe Corretto partially collapsed onto a car on Winges Road in Woodbridge on June 29, 2017. 
 
One man is in police custody after a Woodbridge cafe that was once raided for illegal gaming partially collapsed.
 
Fire crews were called to Caffe Corretto on Winges Road near Highway 7 and Weston Road at 5:30 a.m. on Thursday. Firefighters put out an oven fire inside the cafe.
 
It is not clear if an explosion caused the collapse, but police said it is possible.
 
One of the cafe’s walls was blown out and fell onto a car. No one was in the car at the time.
 
So far, no injuries have been reported.
 
The Ontario Fire Marshal has been called in and York regional police are investigating.
 
Vaughan Fire District Chief Grant Moffat said there are at least 10 businesses in the building. For the time being, no one is being allowed into the building.
 
Fire officials said York regional police were in the area at the time for an unrelated issue and called them to the area.
 
At the scene, deputy fire chief Deryn Rizzi said the roof is unstable, so firefighters cannot do a full search of the building.
 
The building was raided last year.