San Diego- 1 Resident Injured In An Apartment Fire
1 resident was injured in an apartment fire in San Diego on Monday afternoon, October 14, 2019. A fire of an unknown origin reportedly erupted at a second floor apartment in the Valencia Park neighborhood in San Diego. The fire erupted in a back bedroom in the two-storey residential building on the 5300 block of Santa Margarita Street at approximately 1:40 pm. Crews were able to contain the fire within the said bedroom, and had the blaze under control within approximately 15 minutes. The resident injured in the blaze sustained minor burns.
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