A fire Friday night gutted the historic Andreotti Family Farms barn that was home to a popular produce stand in Half Moon Bay.

The blaze was reported shortly after 8 p.m. at 329 Kelly Ave. and Coastside Fire Protection District firefighters arrived to find the barn fully engulfed in flames, Cal Fire officials said.

The two-alarm fire threatened other buildings but was contained to the barn in less than 30 minutes, a Cal Fire spokesperson said. No injuries were reported.

Cal Fire Crews work to extinguish a fire that engulfed the Andreotti Family Farms barn in Half Moon Bay, Calif. on Friday, Feb. 12, 2021.

The cause is under investigation. Power lines were found down upon arrival of the first arriving fire crews and PG&E responded to the scene.

The Andreotti family has farmed the Half Moon Bay site since 1926 and produces primarily artichokes, beans, and broccoli, according to farm’s website.

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