April 14, 2024
San Diego Hearth-Rescue engines on the scene of the fireplace. Courtesy OnScene.TV

A second-alarm fireplace early Saturday morning broken the Arlington Flats, an older constructing of studio items within the Gaslamp District.

San Diego Hearth-Rescue reported the blaze broke out round 3:50 a.m. within the entrance desk space of the 89-unit constructing at 701 seventh Avenue.

A second alarm was known as due to the dimensions of the constructing.

Firefighters stated residents had been safely evacuated, and no accidents had been reported.

One resident was displaced due to water injury on the primary ground.

The blaze might have been sparked by lithium batteries, firefighters stated.

OnScene.TV and Metropolis Information Service contributed to this text.