Crews Knock Down Fire at Chatsworth Business - NBC Southern California

Crews Knock Down Fire at Chatsworth Business

More than 100 LAFD firefighters knocked down the fire in about 30 minutes



    Crews Knock Down Fire at Chatsworth Business
    Aerial video shows smoke and fire at a Chatsworth building.

    LA fire crews responded to a fire Tuesday at a commercial building in the 9000 block of North Mason Avenue in Chatsworth.

    The fire at a single-story metal structure sent smoke of the west San Fernando Valley before it was knocked down at about 11 a.m.

    The LAFD received the report at about 10:30 a.m. More than 100 firefighters were at the site.

    Aerial video showed white smoke coming from the building at 11 a.m. The business was identified as a bottled water delivery facility, and most of the fire appeared to be contained to an outdoor storage area.

    Details regarding the cause of the fire were not immediately available.

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