Ross Howey Collection

Ross Howey is a content and social media strategist working in the digital publishing industry in London, Ontario. He recently completed his master’s in Journalism and Communication at the University of Western Ontario and his bachelor’s in Political Science at Wilfrid Laurier University. In his spare time, he can be found documenting the hard work of emergency services and freelancing for a number of local news outlets. With a passion for social media, digital communications and emergency services, he is focused on helping organizations tell their story. View this excellent collection here or follow and linking tags “Ross Howey Collection”

August 2018

Truck Fire

August 19th, 2018|

PHOTOS: Truck fire on Highbury Ave b/w Dingman and Westminster in #ldnont

Photos via @Matt_Johnson17 pic.twitter.com/IbZuG7pueq
— Ross Howey 📷 (@RossHoweyPhoto) August 19, 2018

April 2018

A suspicious package was discovered

April 13th, 2018|

One person was taken to hospital after a suspicious package was discovered on Fullarton Street on Friday afternoon #ldnont

Video from the suspicious package scene yesterday in downtown. Impressive collaborative effort by @lpsmediaoffice, @LPFFA and @MLPS911 #ldnont pic.twitter.com/GYw1c9uGdw— Ross Howey (@RossHoweyPhoto) April 14, 2018

Source: Photos courtesy of Ross Howey Photography, @RossHoweyPhoto

May 2017

Fire scene photos

May 29th, 2017|

Source: Ross Howey | howeyfoto.tumblr.com

September 2016

Fire scene photos – Everglade

September 7th, 2016|

April 2016

Fire scene photos – Duke St

April 30th, 2016|

February 2016

Scene Photos – Balmoral Ave

February 16th, 2016|

MVC Photos

February 6th, 2016|

Fire scene photos

February 6th, 2016|

January 2016

Scene photos – Adelaide East

January 19th, 2016|

Dryer fire

January 7th, 2016|

Scene photos – Trossacks Ave

January 7th, 2016|

Scene Photos

January 7th, 2016|

Reports of Smoke

January 5th, 2016|

The London Fire Department responded to reports of smoke at University College on the UWO campus around noon on January 5. Firefighters searched the building for signs of fire, but found nothing. The scene was handed over to maintenance staff to fix what was a suspected electrical issue.