One person was taken to the hospital Saturday evening after a structure fire broke out in Morro Bay.
A single-family residence was destroyed and one other structure was damaged in the 400 block of Jamaica Street, said Morro Bay Fire Chief Steve Knuckles.
Six engines responded to the blaze, and crews had the fire knocked down by 5:30 p.m., Knuckles said.
Knuckles said one person was taken to the hospital and treated for second degree burns. They were released later Saturday evening.
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A total of eight people were displaced by the fire, Knuckles said, and Red Cross was en route to the scene.
Knuckles said there was approximately $550,000 worth of damage.