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Oakland Fire Raises Serious Questions as to Cause

In 1997, a fire that started as a result of faulty wiring on the first floor of a two-story apartment in San Francisco’s Hunter Point claimed the lives of four young children ages 8 months, 3 years, 4 years, 6 years, and their grandmother.  The fire department originally thought the fire was the result of [...]

December 7th, 2016|Catastrophic Accidents, San Francisco Housing Fire|0 Comments

April 16, 2014 San Francisco Sunnydale Housing Project Tragedy Is Eerily Similar to 1997 Housing Project Fire

On December 13, 1997, a fire started due to faulty wiring in a wall of a downstairs room in the Hunter’s Point San Francisco Housing Authority units at 132 West Point Road near Candlestick Park, spread through the lower floor and up to the upper floor where it trapped and killed a grandmother and her [...]

May 10th, 2014|San Francisco Housing Fire|0 Comments