No one was hurt when the Burger King near Grant Road on El Camino Real caught fire Thursday, an official from the Mountain View Fire Department said.
The blaze, which began in the kitchen around 9:45 a.m. on June 20, at the Burger King located at 177 W. El Camino Real, spread into the attic before it was extinguished by firefighters, MVFD spokeswoman Jaime Garrett said. The one-alarm fire drew a total of four engines, a truck, a rescue unit and a battalion chief.
The spokeswoman said it is unclear exactly how the fire started.
Sunnyvale's fire department did not assist directly with the fire, but it did help MVFD with other calls while firefighters were working on putting out the burning restaurant, Garrett said.
Garrett said she does not believe the building will have to be razed, "but there are major renovations that will have to happen before it will reopen."