American Red Cross
A two-alarm fire at an apartment complex in San Lorenzo that left more than a dozen people displaced Sunday night likely started as an electrical fire
Residents who woke up to their Oakland apartment building in flames early Wednesday morning credit the barking of a neighbor’s dog for their safe escape.
Firefighters battled a two-alarm fire at an apartment building that displaced 17 people in Oakland this morning.
No injuries were reported but one adult, three children and a dog have been displaced from the residence, fire officials said.
Alameda firefighters responded to three separate structure fires during a 16-hour period on Thursday and Friday.
Red Cross officials report that severe weather across much of the country is expected to create a blood shortage.
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Several volunteers are traveling to Arizona to help victims of the Yarnell Hill Fire.