HOLLYWOOD HILLS—Firefighters from the Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) knocked down a Hollywood structure burning a vacant family dwelling on Friday, November 27, according to LAFD spokesman Margaret Stewart.
The structure fire burnt off 5812 W Lexington Ave in a single story ‘craftsman’ style housing, exuding large clouds of smoke from the attic vents, Stewart indicated.
LAFD personnel quickly responded to the scene “in the offensive mode” at 12:13 p.m., attacking the flames with a LAFD cohort of 28, Stewart added.
Following a heavy offensive, firefighters extinguished the flames at 12:40 p.m., snuffing it out within a total of 27 minutes.
No injuries were reported and further details as to the cause of the inferno were not released.