SAN LEANDRO (CBS SF) — An overnight fire severely damaged a home in San Leandro and displaced the residents, fire officials said Wednesday.
The Alameda County Fire Department said the fire was reported at around 1 a.m. Wednesday on the 15500 block of Calgary Street. A fire department spokeswoman said it appeared to have started in a structure connected to the home.READ MORE: PG&E to Face Criminal Charges Over Deadly Zogg Fire in Shasta County
According to social media posts from the department, the fire also charred a neighbor’s house.
Three residents in the burned home were displaced but Red Cross services were declined, the fire department said.READ MORE: COVID Surge: Santa Clara County To Require Its 22,000 Workers To Be Vaccinated
No residents or firefighters were hurt, the department said. The cause of the fire had not yet been determined as of Wednesday afternoon.
Early this morning, at about 1:00 AM, your ACFD firefighters responded to a residential structure fire in San Leandro. The fire started on the outside of the structure, and extended into the dwelling and into a neighbor’s house. Three residents in the primary dwelling… pic.twitter.com/apbBcRKvYw
— Alameda County Fire (@AlamedaCoFire) June 30, 2021MORE NEWS: Roadwork Planned on Highway 37 in Solano, Sonoma Counties