UPDATE (1:35 p.m.) - Firefighters were able to prevent a house fire from spreading to other nearby buildings Monday morning in Oceano.
Heavy smoke and flames were coming from the two-story building in the 1500 block of 22nd Street when firefighters arrived.
A resident two blocks away said they could even see the flames from their window.
"It was pumping out a lot of smoke," explained Chief Steve Lieberman, Five City Fire Authority. "And then, yes, you can see the homes are so close together in this neighborhood that we're immediately worried about exposures that threatened other homes. So a lot of resources were dispatched and they're here and the crews did a great aggressive attack, knocked down the fire.”
Everyone inside the home was able to get out safely, according to fire officials.
(11:25 a.m.) - Firefighters responded to a residential structure fire in Oceano on Monday morning.
The fire was reported at a home in the 1500 block of 22nd Street shortly after 11 a.m.
A second alarm was declared as multiple firefighting units were called to the scene.
Structure Fire - 1500 Block 22nd Street Oceano. FCFA and @CALFIRE_SLO on scene. Residents out of structure. Exposures protected. #5citiesfire pic.twitter.com/1DSJItgI7C— Five Cities Fire (@5CitiesFirePIO) February 27, 2023
This is a developing story and will be updated with new information as it becomes available.