Three injured, 25 displaced by San Francisco residential fire

Three people were injured in a residential fire early Friday morning in San Francisco, said fire officials.

Firefighters were called to a home on 23rd Avenue and Anza in San Francisco's Outer Richmond District, at about 2 a.m..

Two of the victims suffered critical injuries, while the third man suffered minor injuries.

One of the victims had severe burns.

Twenty-five people were displaced by the fire.

Officials said a total of 3 buildings were affected by the fire.

"So I was sleeping and they started knocking and I didn't know what was going on because I was asleep," said Swapnesh Chaubal, neighbor. "I opened the door and my roommates said of there was a fire in the building beside you. So we just scrambled out, found a jacket and got out."

The fire was reported contained at 3:15 a.m..

The cause of the fire is under investigation.