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Fire investigator found deadlier dangers after quitting police
Updated On: Sep 03, 2016

Fire investigator found deadlier dangers after quitting police

Les McPhee began his career as a police detective, but after too many close encounters with criminals wielding weapons, he quit to become an investigator for the Ontario Fire Marshal's Office. For the next 24 years, he sifted through the smouldering rubble of 3,000 fires across Eastern Ontario looking for clues.

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