Smoke from Sunday first-alarm fire visible throughout Mission; seriously damages apartment building

Photo: Michael Creasy/Twitter
By Teresa Hammerl - Published on March 09, 2020.

A first-alarm fire broke out at 933 Dolores St. (and 22nd) on Sunday evening.

The blaze on the third floor of an apartment building was first reported at 6:19 p.m., the San Francisco Fire Department said. It was under control less than an hour later, at 6:57 p.m.

Officials said there were no reported injuries and it was not immediately clear how many people were displaced, if any. SFFD noted that the fire in the top floor unit remains under investigation. 

Several pictures posted on Twitter suggest the fire was visible throughout the Mission and in adjacent neighborhoods.

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