SAN FRANCISCO—On Saturday, June 13, at 8:07 p.m. a fire transpired at a multi-story senior housing complex located at 1880 Pine Street near Japantown. The San Francisco Fire Department contained and extinguished the blaze quickly.
One person was injured and later determined in stable condition. A spokesperson for the SFFD told Canyon News that the individual was a resident, and the injury was caused by the fire’s smoke.
Several evacuations were conducted by trained firefighters on all floors of the building. At 8:11 p.m. the fire was traced to the sixth floor of the building and contained. The SFFD extinguished the fire in about 10 minutes.
“Hoping everyone will be okay. I used to live in the building next door!” someone commented on SFFD’s Twitter post about the emergency. 1880 Pine Street is mostly surrounded by other residential buildings. The cause of the fire and total damages are still under investigation.