News release

Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services responding to Flooded Building at 2111 Roche Court

City services | August 28, 2021

Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services responded to 2111 Roche Court due to flooding during this evening’s thunderstorm. Residents of approximately 39 units were evacuated.

“Mississauga Fire responded to several reports of flooding at this apartment building on Roche Court this evening and isolated the power in every unit that was affected,” said Deryn Rizzi, Mississauga Fire Chief and Director of Emergency Management. “At this point there are no reported injuries. Many residents self-evacuated and relocated to be with family and friends.”

MiWay transit buses are on site providing transportation for residents and their pets to Clarkson Community Centre for temporary shelter. At the Community Centre, a command post has been set up on-site where residents can connect directly with the Red Cross, Region of Peel’s Social Services and our Office of Emergency Management regarding needs they may have with respect to shelter, food, medication, clothing, hygiene items and more.

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