Emeryville Building Total Loss in Six-Alarm Fire

A six-alarm fire ripped through a five-story apartment building under construction building on Wednesday morning in Emeryville, which spread to nearby town homes, displaced neighbors and burned so hot that it melted car tires and cracked window panes.

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The six-alarm fire was so hot in Emeryville that tires from nearby cars burst into flames. July 6, 2016
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A six-alarm fire ripped through a five-story apartment building under construction building on Wednesday morning in Emeryville. July 6, 2016
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The six-alarm fire was so hot in Emeryville that tires from nearby cars burst into flames. July 6, 2016
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Eric Sanchez
Six-alarm fire rips through Emeryville building on Wednesday morning. July 6, 2016
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NBC Bay Area
Firefighters from Emeryville, Oakland, Berkeley, Alameda, Hayward, Albany, Livermore, Pleasanton and Alameda County fire departments all were called to help quash the flames from a six-alarm fire in Emeryville. July 6, 2016.
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A man and woman in Emeryville take video of the six-alarm fire across the street. July 6, 2016
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"I'm homeless," Melvin Burns said on leaving home because of a nearby of nearby six-alarm Emeryville fire. July 6, 2016
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Alameda County Sheriff's Department
An Alameda County Sheriff’s drone took photos of the six-alarm fire in Emeryville. July 6, 2016
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NBC Bay Area Chopper
A five-story apartment building under construction was damaged from Wednesday morning in Emeryville. July 6, 2016
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A birds-eye view of what was left of "The Intersection" after a six-alarm fire ripped through the five-story apartment building under construction building on Wednesday morning in Emeryville. July 6, 2016
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An aerial view of the six-alarm fire in Emeryville. July 6, 2016
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Alameda County Fire
Firefighters battled this morning a 6-alarm fire at 3800 San Pablo Avenue in Emeryville. July 6, 2016
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The aftermath of "The Intersection" after a six-alarm fire ripped through the five-story apartment building under construction building on Wednesday morning in Emeryville. July 6, 2016
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