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UPDATE: 4 Residents Displaced by Fire, 2 Go to Hospital for Smoke Inhalation

Patch file photo by Eric Reed
Patch file photo by Eric Reed
Update 8:56 p.m. A fire broke out Tuesday evening at a residence in San Jacinto, and two residents were taken to an area hospital with smoke inhalation, a Cal Fire spokeswoman said.

Four adults were displaced by the resulting damage, according to Cal Fire.

Agencies that responded included Cal Fire-Riverside County, American Medical Response, the American Red Cross, Building and Safety, Southern California Edison and the Southern California Gas Company.

Posted 8:36 p.m. A fire broke out Tuesday evening at a residence in San Jacinto and four adults were displaced by the resulting damage, a Cal Fire spokeswoman said.

The fire was reported at 7:18 p.m. Dec. 31 in the 1150 block of Brush Prairie Cove, north of Cottonwood Avenue and east of Lyon, according to Melody Hendrickson of Cal Fire-Riverside County.

Six engine companies responded and the fire was declared knocked down about 7:40 p.m., Hendrickson said in a statement.

Four residents - two men and two women - were displaced and the American Red Cross was called out to help them, Hendrickson said.

No injuries were reported. Information about the cause was not immediately available.

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