SF firefighters douse two small Fourth of July blazes

Firefighters extinguished two small fires in San Francisco early Monday afternoon, neither of which caused any injuries.

The first fire, reported at 348 Shotwell St. at 12:42 p.m., was stamped out and left no one displaced, firefighters said.

Minutes later, another one-alarm blaze was reported at 999 Steiner St. at 12:48 p.m. That fire was extinguished without leading to any displacements as well.

Further details were not immediately available.

Public safety officials are reminding residents to refrain from using illegal fireworks on the Fourth of July.

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