Bayside boat fire
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Rescue officials responded to a blaze aboard a 25-foot sailboat at Driscoll's Marina on Quivera Road at Mission Bay on April 27 around 7:15 p.m., where they found the vessel fully involved. Photo courtesy San Diego Fire-Rescue Department
Rescue officials responded to a blaze aboard a 25-foot sailboat at Driscoll's Marina on Quivera Road at Mission Bay on April 27 around 7:15 p.m., where they found the vessel fully involved. Photo courtesy San Diego Fire-Rescue Department
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Rescue officials responded to a blaze aboard a 25-foot sailboat at Driscoll's Marina on Quivera Road at Mission Bay on April 27 around 7:15 p.m., where they found the vessel fully involved. A lifeguard fireboat quickly got water and foam on the fire and knocked it out. Fire crews arrived with added hose lines, and the fire was fully extinguished within 20 minutes of the initial dispatch. The sailboat is a complete loss, according to fire officials. There was also minor heat damage to a neighboring boat. No one was on board either boat at the time of the fire, said officials, and no injuries were reported. The vessel has been lifted out of the water and stored at the marina.
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