Dog killed, woman arrested after 4-alarm condo complex fire in San Mateo (CA)

San Mateo firefighters battled a 4-alarm fire at a condo complex on the 2300 block of Ticonderoga Drive overnight.  Firefighters said a resident was taken into custody for fighting with San Mateo police, and attempting to run back into the condo on fire to retrieve her dog, which didn’t survive the fire.     Read the article……….


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