San Jose Firefighters contained two different fires that started on Tuesday evening, including one that displaced 32 people.

The first blaze sparked at a West San Jose apartment complex in the 400 block of Boynton Avenue at 6 p.m., spread to eight units and an attic, ultimately displacing 26 adults and 6 children.

San Jose Fire dispatched firefighters and upon arriving on the scene, they reported a medium-sized fire that started on the second floor.

The fire was controlled by 7:30 p.m. with no reported injuries. The cause remains under investigation, fire officials said

Around 10 p.m., the second fire started after a propane tank exploded at the intersection of northbound 880 and Stevens Creek Boulevard. However, fire officials say the cause is still under investigation.

The 1-acre vegetation fire was controlled around 11:30 p.m. with no injuries or structure damage, according to fire officials.

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