OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Fast-working Oakland fire crews were able to save a restaurant, an apartment house and several food trucks late Tuesday night as a blaze erupted inside an adjacent building.
The fire broke out around 10 p.m. in the 2300 block of 27th Street. Crews were quickly dispatched to the scene and were immediately confronted by towering flames billowing out of an attached outbuilding work space for the kitchen.
“Thanks to the great work crews kept it out of the restaurant and protected the food trucks which are stored in the adjoining parking lot,” fire officials tweeted.
Last night, #youroaklandfirefighters responded to the 2300 block of E27th for a commercial business fire. #firefighters saved an adjacent apartment building. #oakland #oaklandfire pic.twitter.com/FFIz7VuqAl
— Oakland Firefighters (@OaklandFireLive) June 16, 2021
At about 10:49 p.m., fire officials tweeted the blaze was out and there were no reports of injuries.
The #OFD Fire Attack group confirmed that the primary fire is out and primary and exposure building searches are All Clear. Primary location was 2300 block of E27th. Gas & Electric have been shut off. No reports of injuries. The primary fire location was a commercial business. https://t.co/jtuib4TV0J pic.twitter.com/XishRUVwNg
— Oakland Fire Department (CA) (@OaklandFireCA) June 16, 2021
No word as to what caused the fire.