SOUTH SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Fire department investigators are looking into what caused a two-alarm fire at a South Sacramento duplex.
The fire broke out around 10 p.m. Monday on 24th Street and 52nd Avenue.READ MORE: Body Of Missing UC Davis Graduate Catherine Serou Found In Russia, Reports Say
Sacramento firefighters say it appears the fire started in the upstairs unit of the duplex, then spread into the attic.
No one was injured in the blaze.READ MORE: Events Around Sacramento Celebrate First Nationally Recognized Juneteenth
Incident info: 2-alarms requested to 24th Street and 52nd Ave for a 2-story duplex with fire in an upstairs unit and extension into the attic. No injuries or victims reported. Main fire has been knocked down. Time of incident 10:10pm pic.twitter.com/nGzgFWzo3V
— Sacramento Fire Department (@SacFirePIO) June 8, 2021MORE NEWS: Saturday Night Fever: Enjoying A Night On The Town After California COVID Restrictions Lifted