sffd_firefighters.jpgTwo fires struck San Francisco Saturday, one in the Tenderloin, the other in the Mission District.

As of 10:16 PM, a three-alarm fire was in progress at 24th and Utah streets, according to a San Francisco Fire Department dispatcher.

Reports from the scene suggest more than one building may be involved.

A total of seven people were transported to a hospital for treatment of injuries following a fire at at 350 Ellis St., according to a San Francisco Fire Department dispatcher. The dispatcher said the condition of the injured victims was not available.

The fire was reported at 5:20 p.m., the dispatcher said.

About 200 people were displaced by the fire, according to police.

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