Firefighters put out 2 burning RVs in West Oakland – CBS San Francisco

OAKLAND (CBS SF) – Firefighters were able to put down a fire Sunday morning that burned two RVs under a freeway overpass in West Oakland, officials said.

The Oakland Firefighters Twitter account posted videos of the fire at around 9:20 am, saying it was burning near the intersection of 20th Street and Wood Street. Fire officials later confirmed the call against the fire was made around 9:12 a.m.

20th & Wood St- 2 RVs are fully involved. #oakland pic.twitter.com/5kZBEaFzEJ

– Oakland Firefighters (@OaklandFireLive) November 28, 2021

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A cloud of black smoke from the fire could be seen from the Bay Bridge.

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A second video showed firefighters at the site of the fire in an apparently homeless camp under the overpass I-880 in the area. The crews found two RVs that were fully involved.

pic.twitter.com/RqFsQ98MWS

– Oakland Firefighters (@OaklandFireLive) November 28, 2021

A later video clip showed firefighters extinguishing the vehicle fire. There were no reports of injuries.

At 9:12 a.m. #youroaklandfirefighters on 20th & Wood Street reported for a #rvfire Engine 3, which arrived and found two well-integrated motorhomes. Engine 3 stretched the lines of attack and engines 1 and 5 carried water to engine 3, as there were no hydrants in the area. #oakland #oaklandfire pic.twitter.com/6apeoFg3EI

– Oakland Firefighters (@OaklandFireLive) November 28, 2021

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