San Francisco News
One injured in Outer Sunset home fire
Firefighters are at the scene of a one-alarm fire that has injured one person in San Francisco's Outer Sunset neighborhood this morning, a dispatcher said.
Crews received a report at 9:17 a.m. that a home at 1353 44th Ave. was on fire, according to the San Francisco Fire Department.
Four engines are at the scene of the blaze, which has caused one injury, a San Francisco fire dispatcher said.
The fire was still not under control as of 9:50 a.m., but it has not threatened any neighboring structures, the dispatcher said.
sunset district, fire, san francisco news
- SF 'landlords from hell' plead guilty to felonies
- Coast Guard rescues 4 people along San Mateo coast
- More victims in SF say teen girls robbed them 33 min ago
- Police enforce pedestrian safety with sting operation
- IT tech charged with stealing $400,000 in equipment 13 min ago
- Dog that killed 6-year-old boy euthanized
- ABC7 Top Scholar: Michael Yu
- Woman receives $130 billion FasTrack bill
- SF LGBT film festival marks 37 years amid SCOTUS rulings
- SF couple uses Task Rabbit, Airbnb apps for profit
- Men's Wearhouse ousts founder George Zimmer
- abcnews: Pope invites Down syndrome teen for a spin
- roundup: Potrero Hill stabbing; BART review
- weather: Bay Area weather forecast for Thursday
Most Viewed StoriesMost Viewed VideoMost Viewed Photos