SANTA ROSA, Calif. - 27 residents from nine apartment units were displaced in a fire, according to Santa Rosa Fire Department on Monday.
The two-alarm structure fire at 1146 4th Street was first reported at 11:20 a.m. Residents from the 2nd and 3rd floor were impacted from fire damage, water damage, and a compromised electrical service in the attic above the fire unit of origin.
The Red Cross is assisting the victims of the fire.
The fire saw a response of seven engines, two ladder trucks, a three chief officers and several fire investigators are assigned to this case.
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Santa Rosa Fire Department posted photos of a two-alarm fire that displaced 27 residents.