ANTIOCH (CBS SF) — A blaze that set several structures aflame Thursday in Antioch caused about $200,000 in damage and displaced two people, according to a Contra Costa County Fire Protection District fire marshal.

Two residences and two outbuildings were burned by the fire, which was originally reported at 3:09 p.m. at Crestwood Drive and East 18th Street, Fire Marshal Robert Marshall said.

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Responding crews by about 4 p.m. had knocked down the blaze, which also charred around an acre of vegetation.

Antioch Fire

Antioch Firefighters on the scene of a house and vegetation fire. (CBS)

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Of the two residences involved, Marshall described one as having minor damage and the other as sustaining more severe damage because the fire spread to its attic. The two outbuildings were destroyed, he said.

Marshall provided an estimate of $200,000 for the combined damage. He also said the damage displaced at least two residents who were being offered assistance by the American Red Cross.

There has not yet been a determination on the cause of the fire, which started near railroad tracks that run through a residential area, Marshall said.

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