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Pot House Fire: Another Blaze Of Glory In LA

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An indoor marijuana farm went poof in Woodland Hills on Sunday but no one was harmed, according to a city fire official. The fire was first reported at 8:23 p.m. at a home on North Fallbrook Avenue and rescuers on the scene described heavy smoke. 27 firefighters responded to the call and the blaze was extinguished in nine minutes, reports the Daily News.