SAN FRANCISCO, July 28: A five-alarm fire is consuming various structures in San Francisco‘s South of Market neighborhood Tuesday morning, fire authorities said.
The local group of fire-fighters composed on Twitter in the blink of an eye before 7 a.m. about the blast in the territory of Folsom and thirteenth boulevards, at that point said around 15 minutes after the fact that the fire reaction had been overhauled from two to five alerts.
Fire representative Lt. Jonathan Baxter said the fire was accounted for in a business structure and that around 150 firemen have reacted to the point.
One fireman was injured and taken to San Francisco General Hospital. He is expected to recover. Other No injuries have been reported for.
@KCBSRadio's Tim Ryan that one firefighter has been injured in a five-alarm fire at Folsom and 14th in SoMa. He's expected to recover. The fire has now spread to six buildings. https://t.co/HT9u9k8w8Y pic.twitter.com/piM1P3i30H— KCBS 106.9 FM/740 AM (@KCBSRadio) July 28, 2020
According to the SFFD, “The fire was reported for at around 7 a.m. furthermore, was 75% contained at 8:50 a.m.”
PG&E says to be cautious in the region in light of the fact that there are live wires down.
Big fire in San Francisco pic.twitter.com/bgYjEsXfhw— Karl Mondon (@karlmondon) July 28, 2020
Giant fire in San Francisco in the Mission. pic.twitter.com/vYgdNRFmLn— JohnCablesPianoHippie (@CablesPiano) July 28, 2020
More video of the giant fire in San Francisco pic.twitter.com/SpsbmFUxHG— JohnCablesPianoHippie (@CablesPiano) July 28, 2020
Breaking: Firefighters are battling a 5-alarm fire in San Francisco. Multiple structures are involved. pic.twitter.com/BNiAYPhXfB— PM Breaking News (@PMBreakingNews) July 28, 2020
Friend sent me this insane drive-by video of the San Francisco fire happening near Folsom and 13th street. pic.twitter.com/jCW3WzndjJ— Collin (@cjflog) July 28, 2020