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Featured Image: Fire crews respond to a house fire on the 32000 block of Joel Circle in Dana Point on Saturday, Nov. 27. Screengrab: Courtesy of the Orange County Fire Authority
By Breeana Greenberg
Fire crews responded to a house fire in Dana Point on Saturday, Nov. 27, after the homeowners’ neighbors caught sight of the flames and alerted the residents, according to the Orange County Fire Authority.
“Kudos to the neighbors who alerted a Dana Point family that their home was on fire,” OCFA’s public information officer tweeted on Saturday. “As a result, everyone was able to get out safely.”
Kudos to the neighbors who alerted a Dana Point family that their home was on fire. As a result everyone was able to get out safely. The fire in the 32000 block of Joel Cl was contained rapidly by FF’s. No injuries. Cause is under investigation. Assistance by @OCSDDanaPoint. pic.twitter.com/Qr1bJ2OyPB
— OCFA PIO (@OCFireAuthority) November 27, 2021
Firetruck 9 and engine 5 responded to Saturday’s fire that occurred in the 32000 block of Joel Circle. According to the tweet, there were no injuries.
OCFA on Monday, Nov. 29, said it took 30 minutes for the department to contain the fire. The cause of the of the fire was undetermined as of this posting.
This is a developing story.