Coyote Fire in Hollywood Hills: LAFD

According to Los Angeles Fire Department, the Hollywood Hills brush fire was contained to approximately 1 acre.

According to the LAFD, the Coyote Fire which erupted on the 3600 block Barham Boulevard was first reported just after 9:30 p.m. an alert.

Despite being close to Ava Apartments, it was still quite far from the complex. “no imminent structure threat,”The LAFD has been added in Another alert.

The LAFD sent 100 firefighters including three aerial units to fight the flames in medium to heavy brush. The Los Angeles County Fire Department also offered assistance. Fire Department said.

“No injuries have been reported. No structures damaged. No formal evacuation. This fire was entirely within the City of Los Angeles, and did NOT threaten the AVA Apartments, Universal City / Universal Studios, the distant Hollywood sign on Mt. Lee, Forest Lawn Cemetery or the neighboring City of Burbank,”The department was expanded.

The cause of the fire is still unknown.


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