A four-alarm fire destroyed an industrial warehouse and adjoining restaurant in a south San Francisco neighborhood during the evening of Feb. 29, according to the San Francisco Fire Department.
The fire, which was first reported at 8:49 p.m., engulfed the two buildings at Toland Street and Evans Avenue. Firefighters had contained the fire by 11:35 p.m. No one was hurt.
The main warehouse at the light-commercial site collapsed and two people living in a residential unit in the building were displaced. The closed Bonanza Restaurant building was heavily damaged, and is expected to be demolished.
Power lines that fell during the incident caused power outages and drivers on Interstate 280 were delayed when winds blew smoke across the highway, said Jonathan Baxter, SFFD's public information officer in a video posted to Twitter.
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