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Horses, goat killed in stable fire, officials say

 

A small stable fire in unincorporated Compton killed two horses and one goat late Sunday night, officials said.

Los Angeles County Fire Supervisor Michael Pittman said the cause of the fire is "suspicious in origin" and is being investigated by arson officials at the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department Century Station.

The blaze, in 13000 block of Athens Way, was reported at about 11 p.m., Pittman said, and was extinguished about 20 minutes later.

Pittman said no residences were threatened and that no injuries were reported.

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