Two buildings burned in a second-alarm hearth that began in an deserted home within the East Village.
The hearth was reported at 4:39 p.m. on Island Avenue close to seventeenth Avenue, in accordance with the San Diego Hearth-Rescue Division.
The division tweeted that firefighters targeted on stopping the fireplace from transferring to close by buildings.
Images from the scene confirmed flames bursting from the roof of a two-story constructing. OnScene.TV reported that transients had been believed to have began the fireplace, however escaped the home unhurt. The flames then unfold to the bigger constructing, the place the roof collapsed.
At 7:08 p.m., hearth officers reported the principle physique of the fireplace was out and crews had been placing out sizzling spots. No accidents had been reported.
– Metropolis Information Service