2 killed in separate Southern California house fires
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) — Two people were killed and three firefighters have been injured in separate house fires east of Los Angeles.
The first broke out Saturday afternoon at a home in San Bernardino. Firefighters were able to pull one victim from the house but found a second victim dead.
Three firefighters were injured and taken to the hospital when a carport at the home collapsed on them. Two of them had minor injuries while the third remained hospitalized.
On Saturday night, firefighters found a person and two dogs dead inside a burning home in Jurupa Valley in Riverside County. No information about that victim was immediately released.
The cause of both fires remains under investigation.