The facade is all that's left of this building after fire in SF. 58 people displaced, no one allowed back in yet. pic.twitter.com/b6mTKxsrKv— Tiffany Wilson (@TWilsonTV) June 20, 2016
The five-alarm blaze happened at 29th and Mission streets on Saturday afternoon. It displaced 58 people from their homes.
Building inspectors say the building containing Cole Hardware and the one immediately to the left have to be torn down immediately.
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There's nothing inside that can be salvaged. However, some of the other buildings sustained less damage.
Overcome with emotion, one woman nearly collapsed after leaving her home.
Her family rushed to support her, the belongings she salvaged an afterthought to her pain.
Aftermath of five-alarm fire at Mission/29th in SF. 58 people displaced, several businesses destroyed. pic.twitter.com/yesTfOJ7mK— Tiffany Wilson (@TWilsonTV) June 20, 2016
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Monday morning, building inspectors allowed two family members a few minutes to gather the immediate items they needed.
Residents waited with plastic bags and bins, not sure of what they would find inside.
"We'll see what we see when we go in," one resident said.
Arson inspectors at the scene of five alarm fire in SF. Building inspectors expected later this morning. pic.twitter.com/9tHRLBSXHq— Tiffany Wilson (@TWilsonTV) June 20, 2016
This mother has been staying with her sister since the five-alarm fire tore through 29th and Mission streets. "We scared, so my children is scared too. It's terrible," Ailiana Tome said.
Another displaced man says his 8-year-old daughter didn't want to leave.
"And I carry her and she say I don't want to go and I say stop don't cry," resident Alex Juarez said.
29th street still closed at Mission. Police securing fire damaged area and barricades are up. pic.twitter.com/aZ6xqxfbl5— Tiffany Wilson (@TWilsonTV) June 20, 2016
On Monday, the Department of Building Inspection says a total of six buildings were involved.
A grey building sustained no damage and residents should be able to return after an electrical inspection.
The health department must test the Greywood Hotel for asbestos before any families are allowed back inside.
City officials expect that will happen on Tuesday.
"We lost the things but my family is OK and we have to start work again," Juarez said.
The Mission Bernal Merchant's Association is planning a fundraiser for all of the people affected by the fire.
They plan to announce details soon.
Building inspectors allowing two residents at a time to go into one of fire damaged buildings to get belongings pic.twitter.com/qGdIgwS0sy— Tiffany Wilson (@TWilsonTV) June 20, 2016
Fire update: two buildings will be torn down immediately. Residents of Greywood Hotel to gather items Tues after health inspection clears it— Tiffany Wilson (@TWilsonTV) June 20, 2016
Bldg inspectors says sprinklers inside Greywood Hotel DID go off during the fire. No cause/fire origin determined yet.— Tiffany Wilson (@TWilsonTV) June 20, 2016
Building inspectors arrive at Mission/29th to assess fire damage. Residents waiting 2 hear if they'll be allowed in pic.twitter.com/sbeZZ6dXmE— Tiffany Wilson (@TWilsonTV) June 20, 2016
Several displaced residents were out of town over Father's Day weekend. Came home to fire apartments off limits. pic.twitter.com/QJQ3aod9uP— Tiffany Wilson (@TWilsonTV) June 20, 2016