SAN JOSE — Hearth crews battled a hearth three-alarm hearth Tuesday that injured one firefighter, burned two properties and scorched vegetation, a hearth official mentioned.
The blaze began round 12:35 p.m., when energy traces fell onto a house within the 14900 block of McVay Avenue, close to Hubbard Method, and sparked, San Jose Hearth Capt. Mitch Matlow mentioned. Investigators will be unable to find out why the wires fell till the blaze is out.
The hearth nonetheless was burning at 2 p.m., and there was no estimate for what number of acres it had burned or when it might be beneath management.
One firefighter remained on the scene regardless of struggling an harm, Matlow mentioned.
The general public was urged to keep away from the world.
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