SAN FRANCISCO (KTVU) - San Francisco Fire Department is working a one-alarm fire at a housing complex at 709 Missouri Street in Potrero Hill.
The fire was first reported around 5 p.m. on Wednesday. There were initial reports of occupants trapped, but firefighters updated to say nobody was trapped.
By 5:14 p.m. firefighters said they gained the upper hand.
One adult was reported to have suffered smoke inhalation and a dog was also rescued.
The department will stay at the scene. The fire remains under investigation.
#121918WF1 UPDATE WORKING FIRE, 1ST ALARM, 709 MISSOURI ST, SF 1 adult smoke inhalation non-life threatening 1 dog rescued fire is out crews will remain on scene fire is under investigation pic.twitter.com/gmolvBf9of— San Francisco Fire (@sffdpio) December 20, 2018