Ontario police are investigating the alleged arson of a firefighting tank at an Ontario Fire Brigade fire station on Tuesday night.
The tank was parked in the fire station’s parking lot, with its windows broken and its tires slashed.
Ontario Provincial Police Const.
Michael Henein told reporters that the vehicle’s occupants are facing criminal charges.
Heneins statement said police are currently working with Ontario Provincial Fire Marshal’s Office, the Ontario Provincial Ambulance Service, the Niagara Regional Police Service and the Niagara Police Service.
Hennes said that police will not comment on any ongoing investigations.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne tweeted her condolences on Wednesday.
“My thoughts and prayers are with the families and loved ones of the fire fighters who lost their lives during this horrific fire,” she wrote.