San Jose Fire Twitter video went viral on YouTube, Reddit and Instagram

WATCH: San Jose Fire Viral Twitter video on YouTube, Reddit and Instagram: A massive fire broke out in South San Jose late Saturday, making headlines everywhere. Yes, we’re talking about the fire that surrounded a Home Depot near Oakridge Mall in South San Jose. News of the fire incident went viral across the internet at the time. News of the incident spread on social media with multiple images of the incident. People are really shocked after hearing the news of the incident. People also searched search engines to learn some essential details about the fire incident. This section gives you all the necessary information about the incident. Follow more update on Mazic.co

Twitter video of the San Jose fire

San Jose Fire Twitter Response

Firefighters arrived at the scene late Saturday to help control the smoke, sources said. Firefighters continued to battle a deadly blaze that engulfed a Home Depot near Oakridge Mall in South San Jose. A huge plume of thick black smoke from the fire on the 900 block of Blossom Hill Road could be seen for miles across the South Bay. Firefighters said a nearby animal hospital was also emptied and people looking to reunite with their pets have been asked to go to Golfland on Winfield.

Twitter video of the San Jose fire

All employees and thousands of customers were determined to have safely escaped from the Home Depot, according to the San Jose Fire Department. So far there have been no reports claiming that the fire has spread to the nearby neighborhood. According to some reports released by the fire department officials, the fire should have started near the wood area, but they have been investigating the origin of the fire. NBC Bay Area crews also arrived at the scene when they reported seeing portions of the roof collapse.

The San Jose Fire said they have asked residents and employees in the area to take shelter over the fire and smoke. Firefighters went on to say that nearby residents must keep all doors and windows closed to prevent fire from entering their homes. The Santa Clara County Fire Department is helping with the response and providing mutual aid. After intensive efforts by the fire brigade, the fire was brought under control. It really was a massive fire, but no casualties have been reported yet. If we get more details about the incident, we will of course let you know. Keep in touch with us for more updates.

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