Tent catches fire at homeless encampment in SoMa

No injuries were reported in a one-alarm fire in a tent at a homeless camp Sunday afternoon in South of Market, according to fire officials.

Fire crews responded about 2 p.m. to the blaze at a tent on Norfolk Street. The fire was under control at about 2:45 p.m., San Francisco fire officials posted on Twitter.

It wasn’t known this afternoon how many people were displaced from the camp by the fire.

The fire is under investigation. No other information was immediately available.

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