October 19, 2014
FREMONT, Calif. (AP) - Fire investigators are looking into what sparked a blaze at a high school in the suburbs east of San Francisco that completely destroyed two classrooms.
Fire Battalion Chief Tom Mulvihill says his department sent five
engines early Sunday morning to battle the flames at Irvington High
School in Fremont.
The fire was contained to the two classrooms, though both were fully engulfed.
Mulvihill said he had no information about the cause of the blaze but that its timing raised suspicions.
Damage to the rooms and their contents was estimated at more than $100,000. No injuries were reported.
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