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The Ottawa firefighters respond to a fire on Powell Avenue on Sunday, December 20, 2020 (Aaron Reid / CTV Ottawa News)

OTTAWA –
More than a dozen people have been evicted from their homes and one woman is in critical condition after five separate fires on Sunday evening and early Monday morning. One person is also charged in connection with one of the fires

The first alarm bells rang around 2040 p.m. Sunday in a three-story apartment building on Powell Avenue in Glebe

#OttFire is on site fighting a fire in a three-story building on Powell Avenue in Glebe.Firefighters rescued 1 inmate and took care of it until it was handed over to @OttawaParamedic The majority of the fire is being put down #OttNews BildTwittercom / Z21PaAPRj8

Most of the residents were able to evacuate safely, but one was still trapped upstairs when firefighters arrived The stairwell had gone up in flames so firefighters had to climb into the building through one of the windows to look for the trapped person

The person, a woman in her sixties, was found and taken outside Ottawa paramedics say she was rushed to hospital with life-threatening injuries

Firefighters declared the fire under control at 9:30 p.m. Firefighters say the building was home to approximately 15 people and all of them will be evicted The fire marshal was called in because of the extent of the fire

At 1:29 a.m. Monday, firefighters were called to one on Daly Avenue. No injuries were reported in the fire, but firefighters believe the two residents of the apartment will be evicted

Ottawa Fire at the site of a working fire on Daly Street between King Edward Ave. & Nelson St in Sandy Hill The crews have fire in the 2nd 2nd floor & of a 2-1 / 2-story residential building #ottnews #OttFire #ottcity picTwittercom / Jfxe28ximC

Ottawa police later said the Daly Avenue address was a residential building and accused many of deliberately starting the fire before telling others the house was on fire and leaving

Naddir Abboud, 27, is accused of causing fires in disregard for human life. He is due to appear in court on Monday

At 3:40 a.m. Multiple emergency calls reported a fire on the top floor of a building on Arthur Street The building was unoccupied and no injuries were reported

Ottawa Fire at the site of a working fire on Arthur Street between Cambridge St N & Somerset St W. in Chinatown fire on the top floor of an empty 2-1 / 2-story house #ottnews #OttFire #ottcity picTwittercom / HueQ0j1wda

At 9:11 a.m., fire fighters were taken to a maisonette in St Patrick Street between Dalhouise Street and Parent Avenue A passer-by saw smoke and then helped the four people in the building to get out

The fire was in the back of the building and was extinguished at 9:30 a.m. Two residents are evicted and no firefighters injuries have been reported

Firefighters have a fire in an apartment in a two-story house in St Patrick cleared between Dalhousie and Parent in the Market The fire is under control and no injuries have been reported #OttNews #OttFire #OttTraffic BildTwittercom / d9BCNBxCQp

Finally, on Monday morning, a fifth fire was reported on James Street between Kent Street and Lyon Street in a building that houses about 20 people.The fire was under control shortly after 11 a.m. and no injuries were reported.The fire was in the bedroom of the house included

Firefighters put out a fire in a three-story residence on James Street between Kent and Lyon, with the bulk of the fire being put down and no injuries reported #OttNews #OttTraffic #OttFire BildTwittercom / gzhTliZJf5

All residents evicted from their homes as a result of these fires are being looked after by the Red Cross and the Salvation Army, say firefighters

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Source: https://ottawa.ctvnews.ca/five-fires-in-less-than-a-day-over-a-dozen-displaced-one-critically-injured-and-one-person-charged-1.5240087