Crews on Saturday afternoon knocked down a third-alarm fire that broke out at a three-story commercial building in San Bernardino, authorities said.
The San Bernardino County Fire Department was dispatched to the scene off of West 2nd and North D streets shortly before 3 p.m., said Battalion Chief Mike McClintock. It appears the building was empty, McClintock said, adding that no injuries were reported.
Firefighters knocked down the flames in about 60 minutes and investigators remained on the scene as the cause of the fire was under investigation, McClintock added.
San Bernardino: (Update) Fire upgraded to 3rd Alarm. 14 Engines, 4 Trucks, Air/Light & 3 Chief Officers committed to the D St Fire. Crews working on fire attack, search & salvage. pic.twitter.com/FeAV2C6dJU
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