Reptiles rescued in one-alarm fire at SF community center

Firefighters rescued iguanas and other reptiles from a one-alarm fire at a community center in San Francisco’s Outer Mission neighborhood Tuesday evening.

The fire at 35 San Juan Ave., where the Mission Science Center is located, was reported just before 4:30 p.m., fire officials said. The flames were contained minutes later.

Fire officials said iguanas and other reptiles were rescued from the facility. No injuries were reported.

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