More than a dozen displaced in 3-alarm fire in SF’s Panhandle neighborhood

A three-alarm fire in San Francisco’s North Panhandle neighborhood injured a child and left more than two dozen residents displaced Saturday night.

The fire was originally reported at 1571 Fulton St. and 573 Baker St., but fire officials said the fire was at 1571 Fulton St. and 1565 Fulton St.

The blaze was under control at 9:43 p.m.

A preliminary report by fire officials said no one was injured and 50 or more people were displaced. However, fire officials later clarified an 11-year-old child cut their foot and 25 people have been displaced.

The American Red Cross has been called to assist the displaced people with temporary housing.

Fire officials first reported the fire on Twitter at 8:22 p.m. By 8:59 p.m. crews had held the blaze to three alarms.

Fire officials were warning residents near the blaze to close windows and turn on fans because of smoke from the fire.

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