Over 100 San Francisco firefighters contained a three-alarm fire in the Western Addition Tuesday afternoon.
The fire broke out in a building at 1604 McAllister St., the San Francisco Fire Department said.
Two firefighters have been injured but "will be OK," while one civilian non-serious injury has been reported and one person was rescued, the department said.
WORKING #FIRE, 3RD ALARM, 1600 MCALLISTER ST SF, #sffd @SFFDPIO @SFMTA_Muni @RedCross @KTVU @KPIXtv pic.twitter.com/VKy9VT2JbP— San Francisco Firefighters 798 (@SFFFLocal798) August 23, 2022
The Red Cross has attended to residents of the building affected by the second- and third-floor fire.
So far, 13 tenants have been reported as "displaced," according to the fire department.
Passersby have been urged to avoid the area.
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