Firefighters Battle 2-Alarm Fire In Agoura Hills

AGOURA HILLS (CBS) — Los Angeles and Ventura County firefighters Monday battled a second alarm structure fire in Agoura Hills.

The fire burned a commercial building on the 5300 Block of Derry Avenue. The building is said to be a storage facility.

LA County fire received the call just before 9:30 p.m. One and a half hours later, more than 100 firefighters continued to battle the flames.

“It’s a business center that’s got 19 units in it, that was closed when this fire started,” said LA County Fire Capt. Mark Savage.

No injuries were reported. Savage said the cause of the fire was unknown.

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