Fire Damages Two-Story Residential Structure in Irvine, Eight Displaced

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IRVINE (CNS) - Fire Sunday damaged a two-story multi-family residential structure in Irvine.

Eight people were displaced by the fire, according to KABC.

Firefighters dispatched at 4 a.m. to the 300 block of Deerfield Avenue extinguished the blaze in under an hour and a half, the Orange County Fire Authority reported.

``A mayday was declared during the incident when a firefighter was knocked down to the floor by heavy wet ceiling debris, with the potential need for immediate help," officials said in a news statement. ``The firefighter was able to stand up and exit."

No injuries were reported.

The cause of the fire was under investigation.

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