SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Firefighters have successfully extinguished a fire that spread to three other homes in Sacramento’s Midtown neighborhood, Sunday afternoon.
Crews were called after the fire broke out at a home in the 2600 block of G Street, located just to the north of James Marshall Park and Sutter’s Fort.
A second alarm was soon called on this fire because neighboring houses were being threatened. According to a spokesperson with Sacramento Metro Fire, the fire spread to two other homes. The extent of damage caused to those homes has not yet been determined.
Fire officials have not yet determined a cause. Officials said it is unknown how many people have been displaced because of this fire.
Everyone made it outside safely and no injuries occurred, officials said.
Some residents nearby took to social media to record what was going on: