OAKLAND (CBS SF/BCN) — An early Saturday morning fire that erupted in an Oakland homeless encampment spread to the nearby Vietnamese American Community Center of the East Bay, destroying the building where 10,000 meals a week were distributed to local residents, fire officials said.

“This is obviously a huge loss for the community,” said Oakland fire spokesman Michael Hunt. “Thousands of residents rely on meals distributed by the center.”

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Oakland City Council President Nikki Bas said the center’s loss was “devastating” for the city’s Eastlake and Vietnamese community.

“We were planning to come together at Clinton Park Sunday for Lunar New Year and will still come together for support, solidarity and safety for all our communities and in unity,” she said Saturday in a Twitter post.

Fire crews responded to reports of the fire in the 600 block of International Blvd shortly after 1 a.m. While the cause is still under investigation, Oakland Fire said in a Twitter post that the blaze erupted in a nearby homeless encampment.

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No injuries were reported in the fire and it’s not clear whether any residents of the homeless camp were displaced, Hunt said.

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The fire was under control by 1:40 a.m.