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Fire consumes Reseda strip mall

November 11, 2011 |  6:07 am

Fire consumed a Reseda strip mall late Thursday, and it took 134 firefighters almost 90 minutes to put it out, according to media and Los Angeles Fire Department reports.

The blaze at 18715 W. Sherman Way, between Reseda Boulevard and Wilbur Avenue, was reported about 11:30 p.m.

No one was hurt in the blaze. A cause remains under investigation Friday morning, the LAFD reported.

Among other businesses, the strip mall was home to a seafood restaurant, a Mexican bakery, and an auto parts store where the fire broke out and whose roof collapsed during the blaze, KTLA reported.


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Photo: Los Angeles firefighters pick up their gear after working a fire that consumed a Reseda strip mall late Thursday night. Credit: Al Seib / Los Angeles Times