SAN DIEGO - Fire crews knocked down a blaze in San Diego's Sunset Cliffs neighborhood early Monday, authorities said.
The fire, near Cordova Street and Sunset Cliffs Boulevard, was reported just after 2 a.m., according to a San Diego fire-rescue dispatcher. Crews had the flames knocked down by 2:25 a.m., she said.
The cause was under investigation, and a damage estimate was pending.
10News learned there were two people inside the house when the fire broke out. 10News cameras caught police handcuffing a woman and putting her in a patrol car at the scene. However, investigators would not say if she was connected to the fire.