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Two-Alarm Fire Damages San Jose Apartment, Causes Some to Be Displaced

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    Two-Alarm Fire Damages San Jose Apartment, Causes Some to Be Displaced
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    Fire crews respond to a two-alarm apartment fire in San Jose.

    A two-alarm apartment fire in San Jose caused significant damage to one unit and displaced an unknown number of residents, San Jose fire officials said.

    Fire crews received a call about 6 p.m. reporting a fire at a complex at 4707 Norwalk Drive in West San Jose, and firefighters arrived on the scene within 5 minutes, San Jose fire Capt. Peter Caponio said. The flames were contained to one second-floor unit and were under control within about 45 minutes, Caponio said.

    Four other units sustained smoke and water damage, and the gas and electricity were affected in 10 units.

    No injuries were reported, and the cause of the fire had not yet been determined.

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