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40 people displaced after Stockton fire burned down 2 homes

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At least 40 people in Stockton are homeless after a fire burned down an apartment complex and a quadruple on Sunday. Fire department. Officials said it was a five-alarm fire. About the entire service team for the day was assigned to the blaze, which equates to nearly 55 people, according to the fire department. Officials said no one was injured in the blaze, and the cause is under investigation. The American Red Cross helps provide shelter for the displaced. “No one will be allowed to stay in the building,” Battalion Commander Travis Winton told KCRA 3. “Power, gas and electricity have been shut down and will be shut down. The flames have started in the compound. three story apartments, then spre “The whole ceiling collapsed,” Monique Taylor told KCRA 3. “I couldn’t get in.” All Taylor was able to retrieve from her apartment was her ID and her birth certificate. “Some people couldn’t even have their pets,” said the manager of the apartment complex. He also lives in the building and told KCRA 3 that there had been another fire a few days ago. After examining the building and speaking with other residents, he believes this the latest fire could have started in the same unit or be connected to its wiring.

At least 40 people in Stockton are homeless after a fire burned down an apartment complex and a quadruple on Sunday.

This happened on Sunday in the 300 block of East Oak Street in Stockton around 2:00 p.m., according to the Stockton Fire Department.

Authorities said it was a five-alarm fire.

About the entire service team for the day was assigned to the blaze, which equates to nearly 55 people, according to the fire department.

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Authorities said no one was injured in the blaze and the cause is under investigation.

The American Red Cross provides shelter for the displaced.

“No one will be allowed to stay in the building,” Battalion Commander Travis Winton told KCRA 3. “Electricity, gas and electricity have been cut and [the two buildings] will be barricaded.

When KCRA 3 asked about the resident readmission timeframe, Winton said it could take “several months.”

Residents said they heard a loud ‘boom’ before the flames started in the three-story apartment complex and then spread to the neighboring quad.

“[The] the whole ceiling collapsed, ”Monique Taylor told KCRA 3.“ I couldn’t get in. “

All Taylor was able to collect from her apartment was her ID card and birth certificate.

“Some people couldn’t even have their pets,” said the manager of the apartment complex.

He also lives in the building and told KCRA 3 that there had been another fire a few days ago.

After examining the building and speaking with other residents, he believes this latest fire may have started in the same unit or be connected to its wiring.