Firefighters have put out a two-alarm fire at a six-story apartment building on the northeast corner of 14th and Dolores streets, according to authorities on the scene.
There appears to be no injuries reported at this time, but the tenants who live in the six units of the top floor will “not be able to return home tonight,” as the units have sustained water damage, San Francisco Fire chief Joanne Hayes-White said.
The fire department received a call at around 4:45 p.m. about smoke on the apartment building, which has about 30 units and approximately 74 rooms, according to property records. The fire started on either the roof or the 6th floor, Hayes-White added.
Putting out the fire was particularly challenging because the department received reports of three different fires in a span of 15 minutes, she said.
Per CBS San Francisco:
The fire was declared under control at 5:20 p..m.
Fire spokeswoman Mindy Talmadge said no injuries have been reported.
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