By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Los Angeles Fire Department crews battled a greater alarm structure fire late Tuesday afternoon in the heart of downtown.

LAFD crews battled a blaze at a vacant downtown commercial building Tuesday evening. (CBSLA)

According to the department, the blaze broke out at a one-story vacant commercial building in the 600 block of East Washington Boulevard, near San Pedro Street. About 15 minutes into the firefight, the building collapsed.

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In total, it took 134 firefighters just over an hour to extinguish the blaze at the unoccupied building that appeared to be a warehouse for filming or training props, according to the fire department.

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Motorists and pedestrians were urged to stay clear of the area near the fire as crews continued to work.

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There were no injuries, no evacuations and no damage to nearby structures. The cause of the fire was still under investigation.