A wildfire burning for almost two weeks in Mendocino County is still just 35 percent contained.
Two people were sent to the hospital Sunday morning after a fire broke out in a residential complex in Richmond.
The fire broke out just before 1 a.m. on 159th Avenue in the Ashland Area. Firefighters were able to knock down the flames within minutes of arriving, but not before two residents, a cat and a dog were injured.
A boater was hospitalized in a Northern California burn center after an explosion aboard his 30-foot vessel at an Alameda marina dock.
An early morning structure fire in San Jose that displaced 13 occupants from three units was under control Tuesday morning, according to a San Jose fire captain.
A fire at a condo complex in San Jose’s Gateview neighborhood Wednesday afternoon injured two and displaced eight residents, a fire spokeswoman said.
An elderly woman and her caregiver suffered severe burns before they were rescued from a fire at a San Francisco home late Sunday night, an assistant fire chief said.
Cal/OSHA has been brought in to investigate an accident that left a man with burns after he came in contact with live electrical wires at the site of the Transbay Terminal project.
A fire at a Richmond apartment building under foreclosure sent a woman to a local hospital with second-degree burns Wednesday morning, Fire Chief Michael Banks said.
An elderly woman died Saturday morning after suffering extensive burns while escaping from her burning home, a Richmond fire official said.