San Francisco fire crews battle a one-alarm fire on Treasure Island Monday, March 14, 2016 (Photo Courtesy of San Francisco Fire Department)

San Francisco fire crews battle a one-alarm fire on Treasure Island Monday, March 14, 2016 (Photo Courtesy of San Francisco Fire Department)

UPDATE: Firefighters control one-alarm blaze on Treasure Island

UPDATE: 11:44 A.M.
A fire in an abandoned warehouse on San Francisco’s Treasure Island late Monday morning has been brought under control, fire officials said.

The one-alarm fire was reported in Building 617-816 at the corner of Avenue H and Sixth Street at 10:42 a.m., according to fire department spokesman Jonathan Baxter.

The fire on the second story of the abandoned warehouse was brought under control just before 11:30 a.m.

No injuries or displacements were reported and the fire’s cause remains under investigation.

UPDATE: 11:31 A.M.
San Francisco firefighters were responding to a fire on Treasure Island Monday morning.

The one-alarm fire was reported at 10:42 a.m. in a two-story warehouse in the area of 617-816 Avenue H, fire officials said.

The fire department is reporting no injuries or displacements caused by the blaze but is urging residents to avoid the area.San Francisco Fire DepartmentTreasure Island

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