Two fires in downtown San Jose displaced 18 people Sunday, according to tweets from the San Jose Fire Department.
The first fire was a two-alarm blaze in a 12-unit, two-story apartment complex in the area of North 5th and East St. John streets a block north of city hall, according to a 4:09 p.m. tweet.
Upon arrival, firefighters found flames visible from a second floor unit and extending into the attic.
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The fire displaced eight adults and no injuries were reported.
Several hours later and about 10 blocks east, firefighters responded to reports of another fire and found flames showing from a second story of a home in the area of South 13th and East Santa Clara streets, a few blocks north of San Jose State University, according to a 11:27 p.m. tweet.
The Red Cross responded to assist 10 people displaced by the fire. No injuries were reported.
Both fires are under investigation.