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No cause determined in Lancaster blaze that injured firefighter

Fire gutted a Wendy's in Lancaster and left one firefighter injured
Investigators Tuesday night were trying to determine the cause of blaze that gutted a Wendy's restaurant in Lancaster and left one firefighter with minor injuries.

About 40 firefighters battled the blaze near  Avenue I and 10th Street West, the Los Angeles County Fire Department said.

Television news footage showed firefighters atop aerial ladders blasting streams of water onto the flames. The roof of the structure had collapsed.

It was unclear how the firefighter was injured. No other injuries were reported.


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Photo: Firefighters battle the Lancaster blaze. Credit: KTLA-TV Channel 5

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