Two-story house fire on 4232 La Salle Avenue, Los Angeles (VIDEO CREDIT: YouTube.com/firelensman).
Los Angeles city firefighters responded late night Thursday, November 7, 2013 to a house fire at 4232 La Salle Avenue in South Los Angeles. First crews on the scene reported a large two-story house well involved. Residents in the house evacuated safely as firefighters stretched lines and attacked the fire on the first and second floors.
The fire was extinguished in about 30 minutes. There were no reported injuries, at the fire, which was the second fire at this location in the past week.
The cause of the late night fire is under investigation. No mention of this incident on LAFD twitter (Twitter.com/lafd)
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