Nighttime fire at Santa Rosa Pet Hospital causes $ 100,000 in damage; No animal injured – CBS San Francisco

SANTA ROSA (BCN) – An electrical fire in the attic of a pet hospital in Santa Rosa early Tuesday morning caused $ 100,000 in damage, but no animals were in the building at the time, reported said the firefighters.

The fire was reported at around 1:20 a.m. at Lakeside Pet Hospital at 4331 Montgomery Drive, where a security guard saw smoke coming from the attic vents and called 911.

READ MORE: UPDATE: 3 arrests after pursuit ended in fire accident blocking tracks on Carquinez Bridge

Santa Rosa firefighters said crews arrived and brought the blaze under control in about 15 minutes and found no animals in the building after a search. No injuries were reported to firefighters or civilians at the scene.

READ MORE: 9 accused of armed robberies at Louis Vuitton and other stores in Union Square in San Francisco

Fire at Lakeside Pet Hospital in Santa Rosa on November 16, 2021 (Santa Rosa Fire Department)

Investigators determined that the fire was electrical in nature and caused damage estimated at $ 100,000 to the building and its contents.

NO MORE NEWS: Long queues at Bay Area testing sites to ensure safe, COVID-free Thanksgiving gatherings

© Copyright 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. and Bay City News Service. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

About Patrick K. Moon

Check Also

BluePearl Pet Hospital vet who took in Buddy the cat is looking to adopt him

Buddy the cat, who was mutilated by two dogs in Frankford last month, is recovering …