100 Firefighters Extinguish $1.5M Industrial Blaze

January 18, 2012

It took more than two hours for Southern California firefighters to extinguish a $1.5 million blaze in an Agoura Hills industrial complex.

The complex was closed and there were no injuries.

The blaze was reported at 9:27 p.m. Monday and more than 100 Los Angeles and Ventura County firefighters were needed to extinguish the flames.

Los Angeles County fire Capt. Mark Savage tells City News Service that four of the building’s 19 units were damaged or destroyed.

There is no description of the businesses involved.

Savage says the damage to the structure is estimated at $1 million and damage to the contents is about $250,000.

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