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Canoga Park Residence Rubbish area caught fire Sunday evening, sending it's occupants running outside to greet L.A. Firefighters.
Los Angeles Firefighters arrived to find a fully involved rubbish fire to the rear of a small multi-unit, shotgun style residence on the 7100 block of Deering Avenue in Canoga Park Sunday at 8:50 p.m. after dark.
The Rubbish fire started at the rear of the residence structure which is sandwiched between two commercial buildings, as fire extended into the back of the building, It is still unclear how the fire got started L.A. Fire Officials said.
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A caller from nearby the location called 911 from their cellphone to report they seen smoke billowing from a house on Deering Ave cross street of Gault St. to the rear of this residence and people were possibly trapped inside and the L.A. Fire department was needed in a hurry.
A secondary 911 call was made from the same location, one of the residents who lives inside a unit on the property where the fire started.
No injuries were reported. The flames stood 150ft into the air as it caught the tree on fire over-hanging the roof top and the flames entered the rear unit’s attic just as Firefighters from E72 raced the clock to save the unit from complete ruin.
The Firefighters rushed the front doors of the apartment complex and began a search for survivors and victims while other Firefighters ran hoses from nearby fire hydrants to battle this growing blaze.
l.a.f.d. Battalion 17 - Wordin was incident command post operations reporting on this Multi-dwelling rubbish fire.
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