Fire causes minor damage at KCRA studios in Sacramento

A small fire drew a large response from Sacramento firefighters at the main studios of KCRA-TV over the weekend.

Firefighters were called to the KCRA (Channel 3) campus on Television Circle shortly after midnight Sunday. The first firefighters on scene requested a second alarm after observing smoke coming from the north end of the complex.

The fire was contained within a half hour, according to a video stream published by the Public Safety News Network on Facebook. Though staff were initially evacuated, the station remained on the air throughout the incident.

A source close to the station said electrical equipment was blamed for the blaze. Minimal smoke and water damage was reported.

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As of Monday morning, KCRA had not reported on the fire at the complex.

KCRA, Sacramento’s NBC affiliate, is owned by Hearst Television.

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