Police Friday were investigating the cause of a fatal crash involving a vehicle that plunged into the Port of Los Angeles.
The explosion at ExxonMobil’s South Bay facility last week was caused by over-pressurization in an air-pollution-control system, according to a report released Monday.
The blaze erupted Oct. 25 at the Extra Space Storage facility in Venice. More than 400 firefighters fought the blaze for 14 hours. Eight firefighters were injured.
Supporters still made it out to the event to raise money for a good cause.