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San Francisco firefighters rescued two people from a four-story building that caught fire in the Ashbury Heights neighborhood Monday night.

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San Francisco firefighters rescued two people from a four-story building that caught fire in the Ashbury Heights neighborhood Monday night.

Flames erupted from the third and fourth floors of the building at 400 Upper Terrace Drive and the fire could be seen for miles. Firefighters rescued two trapped people and also helped several families out of the building, SFFD spokesman Jonathan Baxter said in a video posted to social media. After the fire was extinguished, firefighters began searching for the missing animals.

No injuries were reported. Firefighters did not yet know what had caused the fire.

It is not known how many people have been displaced. The American Red Cross was called to help the residents.

Suzanne Espinosa Solis is editor of the San Francisco Chronicle. Email: [email protected]: @suzyesp

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