SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A three-alarm fire burned one home and damaged two adjacent structures Thursday morning in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood.

The fire at 241 Mississippi Street was first reported around 6:40 a.m., and came under control around 10:40 a.m.

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No injuries were reported as a result of the fire, officials said.

Neighbors told CBS that both the building’s owner and tenants were away for the holidays.

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Two adjacent structures were damaged, one seriously, but all residents were able to escape without injury.

Firefighters were able to save several house pets but at least 2 pet cats died in the blaze, KCBS has learned.

Rescued Cat

A fireman holds a cat rescued from a 3-alarm house fire in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood. (KCBS)

The off-ramp on southbound Interstate 280 at Mariposa was closed for more than an hour.

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