By CBSLA Staff

SOUTH LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – About 115 firefighters were on the scene of a greater-alarm blaze early Friday that filled the sky with smoke and flames at a textile-filled commercial building in the Central-Alameda area of Los Angeles. The building was also the location of a fire earlier this week.

Two of the businesses burning were believed to be A to Z Textiles and Zohar Garment Suppliers. The structure houses at least two other businesses as well.

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The fire was reported at 7:48 p.m. in the 4800 block of South Alameda Street, said the L.A. Fire Department’s Margaret Stewart.

The roof collapsed over an 80,000-square-foot complex that adjoined four different buildings, Stewart said.

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Firefighters battled the flames from above by training water from hoses on aerial ladder trucks in an effort to protect the adjacent businesses.

The location was also the scene of a fire on Tuesday, Stewart said. The LAFD Arson and Counter-Terrorism Section was already investigating that fire and returned to the scene Thursday.

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