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Another Small Fire Breaks Out at Dodger Stadium

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Dodger Stadium has been on fire lately. Literally. For the second time this long weekend, firefighters were at the ballpark to put out a small fire. The most recent blaze was reported at around 5 this morning, according to ABC7, and was located in a cinder-block storage area. The fire was knocked down by 5:17 a.m.

The fire was in the same place as a fire that broke out during Saturday night's game against the Marlins. That fire was attributed to paper products belonging to Levy Restaurants igniting. An investigation is underway to determine if this morning's blaze can be attributed to the same cause.