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LAFD Battles Major Emergency Structure Fire in Tarzana

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Tarzana - Over 125 Los Angeles Firefighters battled an early morning, non-injury, Major Emergency Structure Fire in a commercial building Saturday.

Fighters were alerted at 2:30 AM and quickly arrived to 18629 Topham Street to find a two-story commercial building, 200' x 100' with fire showing through the roof. Additional firefighters were quickly requested.  

Firefighters utilized large hose streams from the exterior, and poured water in the massive structure. Firefighters then carefully transitioned from a defensive fight, and allowed two hand-lines to make an interior attack and ensure full extinguishment. Over 125 firefighters, under the command of Assistant Chief Reynar, fully extinguished the flames in 1 hour and 18 minutes. No one was injured. The cause and estimated dollar loss remains under active investigation.

Dispatched Units: AR2 BC10 BC12 BC14 BC15 BC17 BC9 CM42 E100 E103 E104 E105 E239 E273 E278 E287 E288 E289 E290 E293 E296 E305 E72 E83 E84 E88 E89 E93 E98 EA1 EM14 EM15 EM17 HR56 RA100 RA73 RA873 RA889 RA89 RA93 SU2 T105 T39 T73 T78 T87 T88 T89 T90 T93 T96 UR88 UR89. (© Video via )

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