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LAFD Battles Stubborn Canoga Park Greater Alarm Structure Fire

Saturday, October 4, 2014

CANOGA PARK – The Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) battled a stubborn Greater Alarm Structure fire in the early morning of October 4, 2014.

Just before 3:00 AM firefighters responded to 7000 Topanga Canyon Blvd to find a one-story vacant commercial building with fire through the roof. After forcing entry, an aggressive offensive attack began. However, approximately 20 minutes into the firefight conditions rapidly worsened forcing firefighters into a defensive position. Fire Companies backed out of the interior and used large hose streams to pour water from the exterior.

Nearly 100 firefighters, under the command of Battalion Chief John Drake, extinguished the flames in just over two hours. No one was injured. The cause of the fire is undetermined. The estimated dollar loss is still being tabulated.

Dispatched Units: RA72 E105 T105 E305 RA105 E84 E106 E273 T73 EM17 BC10 BC12 E100 BC17 E293 T93 E83 E290 T90 DC1 EM14 EM9 BC9 T88 E288 UR88 E89 UR89 RA889 BC14 AR1 E72 E88 E287 T87 E239 T39 E289 T89 RT83 RA909 EA1 DC3 AR2 SU2 T105 E305 RA909 RA909 E72 AR2 AR15 AR34 DT1 TP2 TP1 LD1 LD2 E84

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