Hyde Street Fire — Red Cross Uses Muni in Evacuation

Photo by Tenderblog

The TenderloinNob just can’t catch a break the past couple of days. A massive fire destroyed 824 Hyde Street this morning — entire blocks are still closed off, and the 27-Bryant, 2-Clement, and 3-Jackson are still being rerouted. The photos of the blaze are pretty terrifying — Tenderblog has pics from the fire and the evacuation. Elia at the Tenderblog told us that the Red Cross used Muni buses to evacuate people, as you can see from the photo.

The Red Cross is setting up shelter for the 75 people displaced by the fire, according to SF Appeal. They’ve gathered people initially at the St. Francis Hospital lobby before the shelter is set up.

More coverage of the fire from Tenderblog, SF Appeal, ABC 7, and KCBS.

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