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San Bernardino firefighters tackle two-alarm structure fire on E Street

SAN BERNARDINO >> Firefighters tackled a two-alarm blaze Thursday night, April 20 at a boarded-up building on North E Street.
Fire officials on scene said they believe squatters living in the burned out shell may have caused the fire but arson investigators have been called in to make that determination.
A two-alarm fire ignited Thursday evening at a boarded-up building in the 1400 block of North E Street in San Bernardino.
Fire personnel were dispatched shortly before 8:30 p.m. to the 1400 block of North E Street.
E Street was closed between Magnolia Avenue and 13th Street.
This is not the first time firefighters battled a two-alarm blaze here . On July 27, 2014, the same building, which was also boarded up at the time, erupted.
Shortly after 9 p.m. fire officials reported the fire as knocked down. Firefighters conducted a primary and secondary search of the gutted building. No injuries were reported.
Witnesses told firefighters they watched several people running from the area.

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