A fire in Hunters Point early Sunday morning has left 21 people and a dog without a home, according to the San Francisco Fire Department.
The fire started just after 4 a.m. in the 1500 block of Innes Avenue.
Authorities arrived on the scene to find a blaze at a three-story building that had spread to another building.
#052619WF1 UPDATE Addresses: 1555/1557/1559/1561 Innes Ave
• Structure: Multi unit apartment building
• 14 Adults, 7 Children, 1 Dog Displaced and being cared for by @RedCross and City Services —This Fire resulted in NO injuries and is under investigation @shamannwalton https://t.co/eNxV0W8FNs— SAN FRANCISCO FIRE DEPARTMENT (@SFFDPIO) May 26, 2019
Around 5 a.m., fire crews reported that the fire had been contained.
No injuries were reported. The Red Cross is assisting those residents forced from their homes.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation at this time.
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