UPDATE 5:21 AM – Firefighters extinguished fires at adjacent single-family homes in Alameda Sunday evening, Alameda Fire Department officials said.
Both homes sustained severe damage, displacing the residents of the homes, he said.
Each family found a temporary place to stay with family members or friends, he said.
No civilians or firefighters were injured during the incident, Colburn said.
ALAMEDA (KRON) — There was a two-alarm fire in Alameda Sunday to a house located in 138 Norwich Road, according to Alameda Fire. The call was made around 6:24 PM.
Flames were on the roof of the house. When the fire crews arrived, the flames went over to the next house. The occupants of the homes were able to escape. There have been no reports of injuries from both the crews and residents, according to Alameda Fire.
It started as a one-alarm, but became a two-alarm fire after it affected two structures. The fire is now contained and the cause is still under investigation.