Crews extinguish 2-alarm fire in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district – CBS San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (BCN/CBS SF) – A two-alarm fire that engulfed two floors of a four-story building in the Ashbury area was brought under control around 9:45 p.m. Monday evening, according to a spokesperson for the San Francisco Fire Department. .

The SFFD first reported the two-alarm fire in the 400 block of Upper Terrace on Twitter at 8.51pm.

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The fire started on the third floor and spread to the fourth and the roof, SFFD said.

According to the SFFD, the firefighters rescued two people and “several families” from the building, without causing any injuries. However, “many” pets are still not considered, the spokesperson said.

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Crews will remain to clear hot spots and allow access for the fire investigator.

The SFFD asks residents to avoid the area for several hours.

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