6 Injuries Reported, Three Homes Damaged following Emeryville Triangle Neighborhood AM Fire

Published On June 26, 2019 | By Rob Arias | Crime & Public Safety, News & Commentary

Helicopters hovered over the Emeryville triangle neighborhood this morning and black smoke could be seen pluming from the area of 47th between Adeline and San Pablo Avenue. An Alameda County Fire unit and a second alarm from neighboring Oakland Fire responded to the scene.

A residential fire broke out shortly before 9 a.m. causing unknown injuries and damage to homes. NBC helicopter footage revealed major damage to at least three houses.


The origin of the blaze was reported to be a 2-story home at 1061 47th street. The fire extended to the adjacent homes at 1063 & 1065 47th streets according to the Alameda County Fire Department.

Six people were evacuated from the scene with three transported to a local hospital according to an Alameda County Fire Department tweet. KPIX reporter Anne Makovec is reporting that among the injured were two women and a child. The extent of their injuries is unknown.


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Emeryville PD closed the strip of 47th to traffic and conducted temporary evacuations of adjacent homes. The fire was reported to be contained about an hour later but the strip of 47th will remain closed while Firefighters secure the properties and complete their investigation.

Since this is breaking news, we will update this story as new information becomes available.

Feature Image: E. Morris via Instagram.

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is a third generation Californian and East Bay native who lived in Emeryville from 2003 to 2021. Rob founded The E'ville Eye in 2011 after being robbed at gunpoint and lamenting the lack of local news coverage. Rob's "day job" is as a creative professional.

2 Responses to 6 Injuries Reported, Three Homes Damaged following Emeryville Triangle Neighborhood AM Fire

  1. fran quittel says:

    yes, thankfully these residents were not 54 stories up blocked by choking traffic preventing help from reaching them rapidly.

    • Anonymous says:

      Hey NIMBY, give it a rest. Addressing the housing crises is more important than your precious view. Don’t like it? Move out to the burbs!

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