October 2, 2014
Six disabled adults escaped injury after a four-alarm fire damaged the Redwood City care facility they were living in.
A Redwood City fire official says the six residents and two caretakers were able to get out of the facility known as the Alameda House after the fire was reported around 7:00 a.m. Sunday.
Firefighters from several agencies responded to the blaze.
The fire was declared under control in about 90 minutes.
Redwood City Fire Battalion Chief Jim Skinner says the fire appears to have been ignited in the attic.
It's believed the fire started accidentally.
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