February 25, 2024
An early morning residence blaze in La Jolla left six folks displaced. Courtesy Onscene.TV

An early morning residence hearth in La Jolla broken two rental models Tuesday, displacing six folks and inflicting some $650,000 price of losses, however nobody was injured.

The fireplace started at about 4:15 a.m. within the 600 block of Carla Means, simply east of La Jolla Hermosa Avenue and south of Van Nuys Road, in keeping with the San Diego Fireplace-Rescue Division.

The American Pink Cross was referred to as in to assist 4 adults and two youngsters organize for emergency shelter.

“No one’s injured, no firefighters, no civilian accidents,” San Diego Fireplace-Rescue Battalion Chief Aaron Bothwell advised Onscene.TV. He mentioned that crews had the flames underneath management inside about 20 minutes.

He added that one pet, a rabbit, was evacuated and reuinted with its proprietor.

The reason for the hearth — which prompted an estimated $500,000 in structural damages and destroyed roughly $150,000 price of contents — was underneath investigation, in keeping with SDFRD public affairs.

Metropolis Information Service contributed to this report.