SAN DIEGO — A woman was seriously injured on Friday and eight people were displaced when a two-alarm blaze broke out at a two-story apartment complex in Point Loma, authorities said.
According to the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department via their Facebook page, on Friday morning at about 7am, SD Fire-Rescue dispatchers received calls about a fire at an apartment complex in the 3700 block of Udall Street, east of Nimitz Boulevard
SDFD crews arrived within four minutes and saw smoke and flames coming from a second-level apartment. A woman was rescued from the apartment by firefighters and transported to a local hospital.
A second alarm was called at 7:11 a.m. and the fire was knocked down at 7:17 a.m. Firefighters worked quickly to prevent the fire from spreading to nearby apartments but several residences did sustain smoke and water damage. Eight adults were displaced and assisted by Red Cross.
SDFD metro arson strike team investigators are looking into the cause of the fire. The estimated damage to the structure is $500k and the estimated loss of the contents is $50k.