SAN FRANCISCO—On Saturday, June 22, the San Francisco Fire Department reported that they battled a two-acre fire at Hawes Street and Underwood Avenue.

Firefighters were dispatched at 9:04 p.m. The blaze was under control by 11:05 p.m. One structure located at 1699 Hawes Street was damaged as a result of the fire. There were no reports of any injuries or individuals being displaced.

Crews from SFFD Battalion 10 had a quick response and set up structure protections that led to this warehouse at 1699 Hawes being saved. The warehouse sustained exterior damage, and two acres of vegetation and trees were damaged. Officials responded to a wind-driven fire in the Bayview District. The cause of the fire is reported as accidental.