SOUTH LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A large fire completely destroyed a commercial building in Historic South-Central Los Angeles early Thursday morning, and heavily damaged a second building.
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The fire broke out a little before 1 a.m. in the 3700 block of South Grand Avenue, near the 110 Freeway and east of Exposition Park.
The fire tore through a one-story commercial building before spreading to an adjacent two-story building, the Los Angeles Fire Department reports.READ MORE: Coalition Of Women Firefighters Call For Chief Terraza's Resignation
It took nearly 100 firefighters more than 2 ½ hours to bring the blaze under control. There were no reported injuries.
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Arson investigators were on scene. There was no word on a cause.