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CHATSWORTH (CBS) — Crews made quick work of a structure fire at a Chatsworth bottled water facility on Tuesday.

As many as 100 firefighters were on scene to put out the structure at a Arrowhead Water building located near Plummer Street and Mason Avenue.

Callers described smoke rising high through the roof of the single-story metal frame building along the 9000 block of North Mason Avenue.

No injuries are reported, but there were some concerns over the structural integrity of the building, according to fire officials.

Comments (3)
  1. Bobby says:

    Wow a building full of water burns down.

  2. Karen says:

    The irony in this is AWESOME. Glad nobody was hurt!

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