Midtown Sacramento (CA) House Fire Goes to Three Alarms

A residential fire in midtown Sacramento reached a three-alarm response and damaged two homes' attics before being knocked down.

Michael McGough

The Sacramento Bee

(MCT)

Jun. 14—A residential fire in midtown Sacramento reached a three-alarm response and damaged two homes’ attics before being knocked down Sunday night, fire officials said. No one was hurt.

The Sacramento Fire Department first reported the fire around 8:45 p.m. at two alarms in the 1300 block of 22nd Street, as a large fire at a three-story home with power lines down in the back.

Response reached three alarms before crews extinguished the fire, the Fire Department said in an update to social media shortly before 10:30 p.m.

The fire started on the exterior of the home and “extended into the attic of 2 separate structures,” authorities wrote.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation.

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