10:36 a.m. update. Information provided by Jack Neiman-Kimel, Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department battalion chief:
This morning at 7:05 a.m. LPFD was called to a residence on Locust Avenue. Three engines, one truck and one battalion chief were dispatched to a one-story single family residence for a possible structure fire. On arrival there was smoke coming from the eaves of the residence. On further investigation it was found to be a fire in the attic area of the residence. The attic area was opened up to gain access to the fire and the fire was extinguished. The damage was limited to the attic and surrounding areas. The cause of the fire was determined to be electrical in nature. There were no residents living in the structure as it appeared to be in the middle of a remodel. There were no injuries to the firefighters or civilians.
Firefighters are responding to a fire at a house that's reportedly vacant, according to emergency online alerts and Patch readers.
The fire was reported at 1272 Locust Street in Livermore, off of North P Street and Portola Avenue.
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