Families return home, others seek help after Inner Sunset district fire

Families return home, others seek help after Inner Sunset district fire

Some families who were displaced by a fire in their Inner Sunset apartment building Saturday were able to return Sunday, but others required assistance from the American Red Cross.

Click on the photo to the right for more fire damage pictures.

The fire broke out about 1:30 p.m. on the fifth floor of the six-floor building at 350 Judah St., near Ninth Avenue, according to fire dispatchers. American Red Cross spokeswoman Cynthia Shaw said the agency was providing hotel housing for one family and food and clothing for two other families, for a total of six people. Others returned home.

Silhouettes could be seen in windows lit with Christmas lights Sunday afternoon, while other windows were shrouded in plastic where glass had broken.

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near Ninth Avenue.

near Ninth Avenue.

Families return home, others seek help after Inner Sunset district fire

Fire broke out about 1:30 p.m. Saturday on the fifth floor of the six-floor building at 350 Judah St.

Fire broke out about 1:30 p.m. Saturday on the fifth floor of the six-floor building at 350 Judah St.

Families return home, others seek help after Inner Sunset district fire

near Ninth Avenue.

near Ninth Avenue.

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