LAFD put out first-floor fire this week
By Chad Winthrop
Over 90 firefighters put out a fire that broke at a local dry cleaner this week.
According to the Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD), the fire was reported on April 12 around 11:12 p.m. at 4252 Lincoln Boulevard.
Firefighters arrived to find a two story L-shaped strip mall with a fire in one a first floor business, Aaron Cleaners & Laundry.
“The first arriving of 90 assigned LAFD Firefighters took just 26 minutes to discover, confine and fully extinguish fire entirely within a first-floor dry cleaning business,” said LAFD spokesperson Brian Humphrey.
According to the LAFD, there were no injuries reported.
The fire cause remains under investigation.