BAKERSFIELD (AP) — California authorities say more than 30 people were displaced and eight dogs were killed when fire tore through a residential motel in Bakersfield.

KBAK-TV reports all eight of the dogs were inside the unit where the fire started early Wednesday.

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One person was treated at the scene for smoke inhalation.

The Bakersfield Fire Department says the blaze at the Park Motel was accidental and electrical in nature.

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Officials estimate the fire destroyed about $100,000 worth of property.

The motel’s owner says even units not directly impacted by the fire are no longer livable because the gas and electricity has been turned off.

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The Red Cross is assisting those who have been displaced.