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Broadway Trade Center Faces Fire... Again

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Last week, it was a garment manufacturing business on the 9th floor of the large and historic Broadway Trade Center that lit on Fire on its Hill St. facade. Today, the LA Fire Department said that another fire, this one confined to a single unit on the 6th floor of the building on the Broadway Ave. facing side, was reported at 1:44 p.m. and quickly knocked down 34 minutes later. 115 firefighters responded to the scene where no injuries were reported. The building is the site of the former Hamburger/May Company store.