Hyde Park Fire Knocked Down; Cause not Arson
This morning's greater alarm structure fire in Hyde Park was knocked down after one hour and twenty-two minutes with over 100 firefighters responding to the scene.
One civilian male was injured with second and third-degree burns and is in stable condition.
Ron Myers said the fire started in a cabinet shop when a flammable liquid fell and spilled near a power tool which ignited fumes.
The fire, located at 2327 Southwest Drive in the Hyde Park neighborhood of South LA, was located just a few blocks away from last week's massive fire at Gage and Gramercy.
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