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Police, fire, EMS respond to assist Calgary Humane Society animal cruelty investigation

The Calgary Humane Society has confirmed there is an ongoing animal cruelty investigation at a rural property on 150 Avenue SW

Police assist the Calgary Humane Society with an animal cruelty investigation in the 8300 block of 150 Avenue SW from a command base set up nearby.

Elizabeth Cameron / Calgary Freelance

Police assist the Calgary Humane Society with an animal cruelty investigation in the 8300 block of 150 Avenue SW from a command base set up nearby.

Police, fire, EMS and bylaw services are currently assisting the Calgary Humane Society with an animal cruelty investigation at a rural property in the 8300 block of 150 Avenue SW.

Sage Pullen McIntosh, senior manager of Community Relations and Communications for the Calgary Humane Society confirmed the investigation was ongoing but couldn't provide more details.

Calgary police said they were called to assist the investigation at 8:30 a.m. on Jan. 23 and set up their Mobile Command Vehicle at the nearby Calgary Chevra Kadisha Jewish funeral home's parking lot.

EMS spokesperson Adam Loria said no one was transported to hospital.

Police, EMS, and the CFD's Hazmat Materials Response Team were still on scene at noon on Monday.

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