One resident of an East Oakland apartment building and one pet were displaced by a two-alarm fire Sunday night, said Oakland Fire Department spokesman Michael Hunt.
Around 9:17 p.m. Sunday, firefighters responded to a report an attic fire at the two-story fourplex on the 7200 block of MacArthur Boulevard in Oakland, according to the Oakland Fire Department Twitter. About seven minutes later, a second alarm was struck.
At 9:35 p.m., Hunt said the resident was safe and about 30 firefighters were on the scene.
The fire was under control by 9:51 p.m. There was significant damage to the two upper units, but the lower units were also impacted, Hunt said.
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Only one of the units was occupied; the other three were vacant. The fire appears to have started on the second floor before making its way to the attic, he said.