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Fire Near Chatsworth Injures 2, Worries Others About Possible Brush Fire

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Two mobile homes are currently on fire--one that is "well involved"--just outside of Chatsworth in unincorporated LA County. "It was originally reported as a brush fire, but at this time it has not gone into the brush area, so it's considered a structure fire right now," LAFD Spokesman Ron Myers said over the phone. There have been two injuries and fire crews at the scene are expecting to be able the contain the fire without additional resources. The fire off Woolsey Canyon Rd and Valley Circle, which near the Chatsworth Reservoir, was first reported at 12:56 p.m. by multiple callers and was first thought to be within city limits.

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