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Home Burns in the Hollywood Hills

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A fire that began around 6:30 a.m. this morning reportedly destroyed a home in the Hollywood Hills. Arson units are currently on scene after the blaze was attacked by firefighters predominately on the attic and first levels of the four-level home at 2047 North Sunset Plaza Drive, according to an LAFD spokesperson on the phone. The owner was on scene and no injuries were reported. Firefighters called a knockdown at 7:10 a.m., stopping the fire from spreading to other homes or hillside brush.