A second building in San Mateo County has been struck by lightning, a third building in Napa County is under fire, and a fourth building in the Central Valley was struck by a lightning bolt.
The Napa-Sonoma County Department of Fire and Rescue says the second building suffered significant damage, while the second was hit by a thunderstorm, which caused the third building to collapse.
The other two buildings are on San Matee Street in the East Bay and were damaged by a fire, which is under investigation, the department said in a statement.
The third building is under the care of the fire department, and the fourth is under observation by the county’s department of environmental health.
In the East Oakland area, an explosion was reported at an office building in Berkeley.
The Berkeley Fire Department says it responded to a report of a “high-voltage electrical current” in the building at 1660 Westlake Boulevard in Berkeley at around 6 p.m.
The Berkeley Fire District says a person who reported hearing an explosion and saw flames was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
No injuries were reported in the Oakland area.
The National Weather Service issued a lightning warning for the central and northern parts of the Bay Area and the central valley.