3 Injured, 9 Displaced In 22nd & Noriega Blaze [Updated]

Photo: Krist Wongsuphasawat/Twitter
By Rose Garrett - Published on October 07, 2016.

A two-alarm fire broke out at Noriega & 22nd Avenue this evening, according to reports. 

Update: The fire originated at 1814 22nd Ave., and began at 6:41pm, according to SFFD. It was contained at 7:53pm. Three people suffered minor injuries in the blaze, and nine people in total have been displaced.

We'll look for information on how locals can help out; please let us know in the comments if you know of any fundraising or community efforts to support the displaced neighbors.

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