A fire broke out at a home on Walter Street near Duboce Avenue and spread to two other buildings. All firefighters responding to the scene are accounted for, but the roof of the first building has caved in. The fire was reported contained at 2:43 p.m.

SF Weekly and Haighteration report that one firefighter is being treated for injuries.

UPDATE on fire: one firefighter being treated for injuries, both houses abutting 34 Walter have been compromised http://t.co/AxVMUb14Hz

— SF Weekly (@SFWeekly) April 22, 2014

The 22-Fillmore bus and the N-Judah light rail line are being rerouted as a result of the emergency, according to ABC7 News.

Photo by Haighteration via Hoodline
Photo by Haighteration via Hoodline

The fire started in the rear of the buidling and was reported at 1:34 p.m., with a second alarm reported at 1:42 p.m. and has now reached the 3-alarm level. More at SF Weekly.

Photo by KGO via ABC7
Photo by KGO via ABC7

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