HAYWARD (CBS SF) — Fire crews battled massive flames Thursday night at a two-story townhouse in Hayward, with the two-alarm fire displacing five after it was extinguished, fire officials said.
According to a tweet posted by the Alameda County Fire Department Friday, the fire occurred the night before at 7:31 p.m. at a triplex on Garden Avenue in unincorporated Hayward. Firefighters arrived on scene to find smoke and massive flames coming from the building, forcing them to call for a second alarm.
Last night at 7:31pm, ACFD FF’s respond to a 2-story townhome of a tri-plex on Garden Ave in Unincorportlated Hayward. FF’s came on the scene to smoke and flames and called for a 2nd alarm. 5 family members were displaced and Red Cross was called to assist. No injuries. #ALCOFIRE pic.twitter.com/vBmzkroTo1
— Alameda County Fire (@AlamedaCoFire) November 26, 2021
No injuries were reported from the fire but five residents were displaced.
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