Residents woke up to a fatal fire in West Oakland that broke out at 4 a.m. Monday morning.
Firefighters responded to the three-story transitional housing center at 2551 San Pablo Avenue, home to 50 to 60 residents.
The Red Cross Foundation set up tables at Auto Zone on 27th and West streets in order to care for residents. Breakfast foods, blankets, clothing and medical attention were offered to fire victims.
According to the latest reports by NBC Bay Area, three fire victims have died and one is still unaccounted for.