South Bay News
17 residents displaced by fire at apartment building in San Jose
SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- Over a dozen people in San Jose need a new home for the holidays after a fire broke out at their apartment building.
The building is located in the 800 block of Delmas Avenue.
Firefighters battled the flames as smoke poured out a second-story unit.
The residents of the unit had left about an hour earlier.
It took 20 minutes for crews to put the fire out.
Firefighters believe it began in a bedroom.
Extensive smoke and water damage to the entire building forced all 17 residents to find somewhere else to stay.
No injuries were reported.
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