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The California Highway Patrol issued a correction on social media about where the boat fire started.

“Correction, unknown where the fire started,” CHP said.

Victims of the fire told FOX40 Saturday that the fire began on the shore and spread to a houseboat nearby.

Original story below.

COURTLAND, Calif. (KTXL) — The California Highway Patrol responded to a boat fire on the Sacramento River near Steamboat Landing Friday.

CHP said the boat caught fire and flames spread to the Steamboat Landing embankment, but later said where the fire started was unknown.

No injuries were reported.

A photo of the fire showed crews from the Courtland Fire Department and Walnut Grove Volunteer Fire Department spraying water on a fully-engulfed boat.

No information was released on what caused the fire.

In addition to the fire, CHP said they pulled a stolen truck out of the water with the help of Five Star Towing.