SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco Firefighters extinguished a one-alarm fire at a three-story residential building in San Francisco’s Glen Park neighborhood that sent two people to the hospital with smoke inhalation injuries on Thursday, April 6, fire officials indicated.
Fire officials initially wrote on Twitter at 8:48 a.m. about the one-alarm fire at 119 Randall St. It was reportedly under control by 9 a.m.
Two women rescued by firefighters and taken to a hospital to be treated for their injuries, which were not considered life-threatening, officials indicated.
Besides the two women who were saved, seven cats were also rescued from the blaze. The victims were transported to a local hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation. Their injuries were considered non-life-threatening. One of the women is elderly and disabled.
The seven cats were rescued as of 9:10 a.m., in stable condition, and Animal Care and Control was called to the scene to care for them. The San Francisco Fire Department is currently investigating the cause of the fire.