Fire burns San Juan Capistrano residence, cause unknown
A hearth charred parts of a two-story, multi-family residence in San Juan Capistrano on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 5, sending its occupants fleeing from the blaze.
Firefighters have been known as at 1:45 p.m. to the 32000 block of Paseo Carolina, the place a fourplex was burning from a hearth that began on the primary flooring, spreading to the second flooring and attic, Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Daryll Milliot mentioned. Firefighters knocked down the blaze round 2:30 p.m.
The constructing’s occupants fled from the flames previous to firefighters arriving, and nobody was harm within the fireplace. Milliot mentioned the blaze broken not less than one unit severely sufficient that its occupants can be displaced.
Fire investigators are on scene and didn’t but know what began the fireplace.