Long Beach firefighters are working to extinguish a significant fire at an abandoned house near 10th Street and Long Beach Boulevard.
The fire was put out within 20 minutes of crews arriving, but the cause of the fire has yet to be determined.
A small fire charred one room of a duplex in Long Beach’s Wrigley neighborhood Thursday morning, and authorities are still trying to determine what started the flames.
The fire is under control but will take time to extinguish, authorities said.
The fire caused heavy damage to the space near Fashion Avenue and 17th Street and was fully involved when units arrived.
The blaze sent smoke billowing into the air where it was visible from Downtown. Nobody was hurt by the flames.
The smoke was possibly from an overheated air conditioning unit, Long Beach Unified School District spokesman Chris Eftychiou said.
A fire struck the front of a single-family residence in North Long Beach Thursday morning, resulting in significant damage to the house and displacing two individuals, according to the Long Beach Fire Department (LBFD).
A house fire on Euclid Avenue sent one woman to the hospital just past midnight on Monday morning, according to Long Beach Fire Department Officials (LBFD).
A structure fire at an apartment complex in Bixby Knolls, caused by fumigation that came into contact with a pilot light, devastated one apartment unit this afternoon, displacing a resident, a man in his late 50s.