HUNTINGTON PARK, Calif. (FOX 11) - A fire broke out Wednesday at a commercial building in Huntington Park.
The second-alarm fire was first reported around 11 a.m. at a two-story industrial building, located in the 2000 block of Belgrave Avenue.
Part of the roof collapsed, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department. Firefighters were forced to tackle the fire in defensive mode due to heavy flames, protecting nearby structures.
No injuries were reported.
A large plume of smoke was visible from miles away, which burned through the roof of the building.
*UPDATE* #BelgraveIC @LACOFD 2nd Alarm resources making good progress on this well established commercial fire. Extremely heavy conditions forced firefighters to move into defensive mode protecting adjacent structures and confining the fire to the building of origin. pic.twitter.com/40GEcHsHJ0— LA County Fire (@LACoFDPIO) February 13, 2019
#HuntingtonPark; View of working structure fire from 18th floor of @LAFD HQ. Fire appears to be in a multistory commercial building at 2000 block of Belgrave Ave. Our friends at @LACOFD are handling this fire in their joursidiction. Incident details = @LACoFDPIO #BelgraveIC pic.twitter.com/lvzWVuqqXW— Erik Scott (@PIOErikScott) February 13, 2019