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Small fire at LAX causes evacuation at Terminal 6

A small fire at Los Angeles International AIrport forced the evacuation of part of a terminal Saturday.

The fire broke out in an elevator shaft at Terminal 6. Numerous firetrucks responded, and the blaze was quickly extinguished. No one was hurt.

An undetermined number of people at the terminal were briefly evacuated, according to an LAX official

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-- Sam Quinones

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