More than 100 firefighters battled a blaze in a downtown Los Angeles produce building Monday amid dangerous fire weather conditions.
Crews attacked the fire from the inside and out at the 815 S. Kohler St. building just before 4 p.m.
The roof of the structure collapsed and another wall was set to buckle, authorities said.
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In nearly two hours, the fire had been knocked down, officials said.
No injuries had been reported, according to LAFD.
Temperatures were in the 90s Monday, kicking off what will be a warm week, NBCLA meteorologist Belen De Leon reported.
At least three small fires were reported Monday morning in Los Angeles County, including a 60-acre fire in the mountains near the 5 Freeway in Castaic. That fire was 60% contained early Monday.
Red flag warnings are in effect for parts of Los Angeles and Ventura counties.