2-Alarm Fire Erupts at Abandoned Building in San Diego
The City of San Diego Fire-Rescue and Coronado Fire Department are currently responding to a 2-alarm fire that erupted at an abandoned building on Island Avenue & 16th Street. The flames can be seen shooting from the top of the building, and smoke can be seen from miles away.
Several neighbors have confirmed that the building is abandoned, and it is not yet known if anyone was inside the building when the fire started. The cause of the fire is still under investigation, and no injuries have been reported at this time.
Firefighters Respond to Blaze on Island Avenue & 16th Street
Firefighters are working tirelessly to extinguish the blaze and prevent it from spreading to neighboring buildings. The community is advised to avoid the area as emergency services are working to bring the situation under control.
This incident highlights the importance of ensuring abandoned buildings are secured and monitored to prevent situations like this from occurring. The authorities are working to determine the cause of the fire and will provide updates as they become available.
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BREAKING: @SDFD @CoronadoFire @sandiegopd responding to 2 alarm fire at Island Avenue & 16th Street. Flames seen shooting from the top of the building. Several neighbors say the building is abandoned. Stay w @fox5sandiego pic.twitter.com/gvHC0KzMJq
— Liberty Zabala FOX 5 (@Liberty_Zabala) March 8, 2023