The cause of a two-alarm fire that displaced residents of a multi-unit Hayes Valley building and left a firefighter injured Sunday morning is under investigation, the San Francisco Fire Department said.

The fire at the three-story building at 69 Carmelita was reported some time around 4 a.m. and quickly went to a second alarm, but was contained about 5 a.m..

San Francisco Fire Department A three-story residential fire in the Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco, Calif. displaced residents and injured a firefighter during the response on Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020.

The American Red Cross has been called to assist displaced residents.

The injured firefighter is expected to recover, the department said.

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