Vacant, Red-Tagged Buildings in Oakland Burned

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An deserted, red-tagged constructing burned on Saturday morning in a one-alarm fireplace close to Kaiser Permanente, Oakland. 

The constructing, positioned on thirty eighth Street between Broadway and Manila, was already red-tagged and vacant when it caught on fireplace at 8:50 am. According to the fireplace spokesman, the blaze was declared ‘under control’ lower than an hour later.  

No accidents had been reported in the fireplace. Authorities have launched an investigation to find out the reason for the blaze, CBS Local News reported. 

Danielle Joyce Ong

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