One person is injured and several people are rescued after boats catch fire in San Francisco's Oyster Cove Marina

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  • San Francisco Fire Department battled 3 vessel fires in Oyster Cove Marina
  • The fires dispersed crossed 3 boats and 1 personification was sent to nan hospital 

By Rachel Bowman For Dailymail.Com

Published: 12:59 EDT, 1 November 2023 | Updated: 13:44 EDT, 1 November 2023

One personification was taken to nan infirmary aft passengers connected 3 boats had to jump into a San Francisco marina to flight ships connected fire. 

Firefighters responded to Oyster Cove Marina successful South San Francisco aft 3 boats caught ablaze astir 7:20am Wednesday. Crews worked pinch aggregate agencies to put retired nan flames, Deputy Chief Matt Samson told The San Francisco Standard.

Authorities said 1 personification was taken to nan infirmary pinch insignificant injuries and respective passengers were rescued aft jumping disconnected nan blazing ships.

Samson said 4 group were rescued from nan water.

Firefighters responded to several vessel fires that injured 1 personification and put respective others successful request of rescue successful San Francisco

Samson said authorities are investigating nan origin of nan occurrence and uncovering retired if anyone lived connected nan boats.

Fire officials said location were nary lingering threats to nationalist information and are moving connected imaginable biology impacts, according to KQED News.

The occurrence section posted photos of nan vessel fires connected X, formerly Twitter, showing clouds of fume and nan boats connected fire. 

It's unclear really each 3 boats caught fire, but Samson said location were nary contiguous signs of foul play, according to KRON.  


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