LAFD Crews Extinguish Fire in Five-Story Vacant Building

A variety of streams and apparatus on the fireground.
A variety of streams and apparatus on the fireground.

Fire photographer Rick McClure shared some photos from a recent fire at a five-story commercial building in the city of Los Angeles, California.

At least 125 Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) firefighters responded to the scene of the November 24 fire on Sepulveda Boulevard. A LAFD urban search and rescue (USAR) crew made entry to the supposedly vacant building to search for possible victims.

According to the local NBC affiliate, police officers helped move a large contingent of homeless people in an adjacent parking lot threatened by falling debris. No other buildings were threatened.


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