ANTIOCH (CBS SF) — Firefighters have contained a fast-moving 2-alarm vegetation fire that spread to neighboring structures on Monday, according to the Contra Costa Fire Protection District.
According to fire officials, the blaze broke out around 6 p.m. and spread to two apartment buildings with 8 units, located at 18th and Hargrove, in Antioch.READ MORE: Project Home: East Bay Startup Aims To Solve Housing Crunch With 3-D Printing Technology
Officials say after the first building caught fire, the wind drove the blaze to the second building.
“Aggressive fire response stopped further spread,” officials said.READ MORE: Oakland City Council Votes to Defund Police, Stripping More Than $17M from Department Budget
Multiple residents were displaced, but there were no reports of injuries.
#hargroveic two buildings with 8 units damaged by fast moving fire. Initial fire started in vegetation and burned into the first building. Wind drove fire to second building. Aggressive Fire response stopped further spread. Multiple residents displaced, Red Cross en route pic.twitter.com/ebLRskgDW2
— Con Fire PIO (@ContraCostaFire) June 1, 2021MORE NEWS: San Francisco Grapples With Drastic Drop in Police Recruits