San Francisco

2 people rescued from Outer Sunset fire, as pets remain missing

Just after 6 p.m. last night, a one-alarm fire broke out in a home at 35th Avenue and Noriega Street in the Outer Sunset. 

Two people were rescued from the house, which was "fully engulfed" in flames, officials said. One man suffered burn injuries, and was taken to a burn unit at a local hospital.

Officials said the fire was brought under control roughly an hour after it started. Three adults have been displaced from their homes, along with a dog, while two cats remained missing as of Tuesday evening.

Fire officials said that the Red Cross and city services are providing aid to those who are not able to return to their homes. 

With live wires affected, the blaze prompted an avoid the area warning that was lifted two hours later. The 7-Haight/Noriega bus line was rerouted in both directions during the fire. 

The cause of the fire remains under investigation. We'll update this post if we learn more. 

1795 35th Avenue

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