Two-alarm Mission district fire displaces 10 residents

A two-alarm structure fire left 10 residents displaced in the Mission district Thursday morning.

The fire broke out at 3047 Mission St., and was reported under control around 4:30 a.m., according to firefighters.

Firefighters said 10 people were displaced due to the blaze, and the American Red Cross had been called in to help the residents.

Crews remained at the scene as of 5:30 a.m. in a cleanup capacity.American Red CrossMission districtSan Francisco Fire Departmenttwo-alarm fire

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