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Los Angeles Firefighters Respond To RV Fires

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The Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) was called to a scene of an RV fire at the 15800 block of Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) early on Tuesday morning, a report said.

The call was received around 2:13 a.m., according to LAFD.

Firefighters reported that two engines were involved. Eight firefighters were on the scene to tackle the fire. There is no word on the time it took for the firefighters to put out the fire.

There were no injuries reported.

This is the second RV Fire that has occurred on the westside in less than a week.

Additionally, another RV fire has been reported. Firefighters said they received an emergency call about a structure fire at around 7:15 p.m. on Saturday (October 9) at 225 Lincoln Boulevard.

25 firefighters were assigned to fight the flames. One truck was able to put out the RV fire while the other firefighters made sure the flame did not spread to Whole Foods.

There was no injury reported and the incident is still under investigation.

The LAFD said the cause of the blaze that destroyed an RV near Whole Foods remains unknown.

It is the 4th RV-related fire in Rose Avenue in less than one year.

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