MASSIVE FIRE IN LOS ANGELES —- Large Apartment Complex Torched
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The fire broke out in an unfinished apartment complex.
More than 250 firefighters are at the scene.

UPDATE: FOX News reported– There were two massive fires burning at the same time- just blocks apart!
The LA Times reported:

The LAFD was also fighting a second blaze Monday morning, this one at a commercial building at 2871 W. 7th Street in the Pico-Union district. About 100 firefighters were on scene.

Here is raw video from near the inferno.

The LA Times reported:

A massive fire in downtown Los Angeles early Monday engulfed an apartment tower under construction, damaged two other buildings and left freeways and roads closed.

The northbound 110 Freeway remained closed as of 5 a.m., but Caltrans reopened the 101 Freeway and the southbound 110 at around 4:30 a.m.

Arson investigators are at the scene.

“Someone” was torching trash cans on fire last night in LA.

It looks like an inferno.

There are reports of numerous fires set around the city.

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